All good advice!
Things to be aware of:
1) These tires are Ultra High Performance, meaning they won't have the best traction. Start slow and work your way up.
2) Since they are street tires, they probably won't hold up well to excessive heat. They'll probably chunk up and start breaking apart when they get really hot. (only really a concern with really hot track temps, tight corners, and long 25+ min sessions)
3) These are great tires to learn on, IMO as they brake loose earlier (at lower limits and slower speeds). As long as you know that they brake loose earlier and not overdrive the car it should be fun.
4) As a novice track driver for the NSX, watchout for snap oversteer, lift-off oversteer, and (with these tires) power-on oversteer.
One thing for sure after your first track day is you're going to want to upgrade everything anyway. So it's best to just start with the cheaper stuff anyway!
You'll have a blast.