Good pointers Rhett.
I want to go ahead and add a couple more tips.
1. You should have more weight on your front foot at the wake.
2. Try to keep your hips over the board as you are leaving the wake (this allows all of the energy that you have built up to get pushed upwards through your body to give you pop and speed up the rotation).
3. To go along with that, make sure you don't break too much at your waist while you are on the wake (this causes you to absorb that energy and reduces that necessary 'kick').
4. Try to keep the handle in line with your hips.
5. As you are coming out of the frontroll, keep looking over your toes. You want to spot your landing over your toes. If you spot your landing between the nose of your board and the boat, you will open up too early and slow down your rotation. That makes it really hard to have a clean landing and riding away on your toes.
Here is a little video to compare it to...