If you edit the mod pages, always use "Page Tools" > "Edit With Form" please and you will not be able to edit notes. Notes should be edited by consensus, but mod attributes are pretty straight forward based on the facts associated with the mods.
It is pretty tedious, but if you use Opera 12 then just create a follower tab and that can help a bit. I always use that when I go through the guide doing a completely new reinstall to make sure I have the correct mod list.
I look into the mods attributes and see if any notes are are out of date. For the additional information of the mods, do I use the Detailed Instructions on the Recommendations tab, or do I just edit the page with the standard wiki editor?
Also, on the actual guide the 'W's for the wiki pages are no good. They are small and black so they can almost blend in with the gray background and I bet most users glance right over them and would never even know they are there. It would be better to have a uniform column for the links.
Not sure if it is your browser, but I have no problem noticing the Ws on the guide. We want to keep columns to a minimum. We could increase the size or boldness or color for the Ws, but I don't think it is necessary. These links are for maintenance convenience, and we want people using the main links to download the mods.