Thanks for your nice compilation. It seems pretty coherent to me, and all those tools indeed useful.
Although a bit late, I'd like to suggest two other tools to your list. First, I'd recommend Typeform as a substitute for SurveyMonkey -- I personally find the interface much better to work with and the resulting surveys are usualy much more engaging.
The second suggestion is a tool we've recently launched for UX designers, called Caravel. (Disclosure: I'm currently the Product Manager) You could say it's part of "Other Research Related Software", but we really like to think it's a platform that ties every team/project member around their users. For instance, Caravel allows you to create custom persona pages or user stories and link them back to specific wireframes, UI screens, etc. That helps teams give a clear context to their deliverables, and better justify their design decisions. It's not only suitable for UX designers, but it helps align everyone working in a product team (e.g UI, product managers, developers, etc). If you're interested, feel free to try it out for free at www.caravel.design