+1 for Brooks and Roadmorph pumps.
I use Shimano M530 pedals which have a clip on one side and a platform on the other. Having said that I'm now starting to wonder about flat pedals. I use them on my mountain bikes and find them comfortable and grippy. Given the larger surface area and the ability to be used with virtually any shoe, they have some benefits which I want to explore in a touring setting. I've used them with dedicated MTB shoes, Merrell walking shoes, Brasher lightweight walking boots and cross trainers and they've worked very well with all of these.
I have a suspension seat post on one of my bikes and have no criticism of it. It certainly helps with overall ride comfort on some of the rougher cycle trails and with 2k of use seems to last well. A note of caution however, I found that the suspension seat post on a cheap and cheerful Trek 7200 has become a bit wobbly after about 1k.