Only to add to your post.
Avionics are an expected edge (DAS-HMDS, multi-ship sensor fusion, etc). But, you really ought to add, if not emphasize, the stealth & maintainability aspect.
Keys sensors + networking.
They no longer talk in terms of an air craft.
Disclosures made by USAF brass have revealed it to be stealthier than the F-22. And its been designed for resilience - the manufacturing precision is in a class of its own requiring no epoxy application. Its the Toyota-Honda factor (i.e. not the fastest or nimblest thing around, but combines good performance, superb production quality & reliability with large economies of scale) and an Amazon-style logistics system, that make it the best overall package.
They have started to introduce IoT at every step of the way, thus reducing errors across the board. Next step is to introduce embedded AI, self healing components. Already implemented (AI), by some vendors, at early stages, manufacturing as an example: extrusion, etc.
In addition they are implementing granular testing: diode level. As components are assembled risks are computed based on track-able components. Easy to track problems. If need be easy to fix too.