@kranchan: those sound fine... and may i suggest some stacking ac boosts with the rest of your "newfound" wealth? ^^
@toren: you were aware that the only spells that you can imbue into an arrow must target an area? the spell itself must be an area effect, or must be modified (via another spell or metamagic effect) before you can imbue it.
and smack me upside the head and call me dungeonmaster... but it finally crossed the threshold of my awareness that a 10th level sorcerer has a BAB of +5... and you need a +6 to qualify for the arcane archer class!! and that half-elves do not get the weapon proficiencies of elves.... so you need to pick up proficiency in the bow, too. i'll take the blame, cause i didn't catch it when i reviewed your character sheet. there are two ways we can fix this.
if you decide to go with the battle sorcerer after all, rework your character that way. you might get more arcane archer abilities out of it! or you could be sor12/arcarc4 instead. or we can just require you to take sorcerer as your next two levels, so that you will meet the prereq's soonest. let me know which you want to do, or if you come up with a fourth solution.
if you do decide to rework your character... why have a rather expensive sunblade when you are an archer? you could use the item creation rules to enhance your oathbow with abilities, if you liked. i'll work with you on it if you choose. and while not quite as nice as a sunblade... fully 20-30% of all magic weapons glow on command. and as per the creation rules, you can choose that ability for free if the weapon is at least +1. just some thoughts! i'm not trying to step on your design ideas. =D
@micro: just a random thought, but you do realize that with careful planning and strategy, you will survive your first combat, and manage to get xp. despite your lower level bringing the group average level down, when you crunch the numbers for an average encounter suitable for a mostly 16th level party, chances are that you will level up 1-4 levels after the first combat!!! =D i look forward to it.
@jkfoote: judging by your height and weight ratio... you have a very very thin character. skeletal almost. was that intended? even an "average" thin woman who is 6'+ will weigh closer to 170lbs. a woman's curves are mostly made of fat, after all. ^^
@everyone: please note, none of these are intended as critisims in any way! just think of it as a very creative, head-in-the-clouds, absentminded dm who is just now picking up on this stuff. =P i can be pretty slow sometimes... (okay, a lot of the time.) communication with me helps offset that. =D just pester me with emails and im's or something.