Well, you mostly seem to have the information here, but I would make some suggestions (this is the pre-press type stuff my copy cameras were made for.
1. Use orthochromatic film when using the blue and green filters and save the panchromatic for the red layer.
2. The negative densities do NOT need to match the slide or print for each color because when you print them back with color paper, you control the each color by exposure. Usually the three negatives are almost identical in density and the print back exposure tends to run about 15-20 seconds for the green and blue print back, and about 45s for the red, or a similar ratio.
3. If you know how to use half-tones screens, all of the negatives can be accomplished by lith film.
4. Most computer image editors now a days will provide you with a very reasonable halftone print in separations and these can then be "inverted," printed on clear film and used quite nicely. This may take some trial and error, as this process as with most processes will tend to gain on contrast if not pulled back just a bit.