(1) Empower Heal has a minimum requirement of 8 ranger levels (just learned that the hard way )
(2) It's missing Improved Precise Shot.
(3) Optionally, Precision can be taken as a monk feat, which might open up another feat (like grandmastering forms), as I'd argue the usefulness of Stunning Fist without a full focus on wisdom. Which might be a question of focus generally, as I'd not try to build for both melee and ranged anyways on a starter toon.
I know this might be just me, but I'm not agreeing on INT LOL. On a monkcher I'd invest into concentration (so I don't have to regen ki as often with melee), balance (kiting is no fun lying on the floor), heal (as without empower every lil bit helps) and possibly UMD. On a first life character I'd absolutely add a couple levels Jump as well. Which is a tight fit with a fully dumped INT and few ranger levels.
While Wisdom is nice for 10k (and well, stunning fist), I guess it's adding the least to an archer build and is the best spot to save some build points here on an early life.
Another thing I want to recommend is to check out the upcoming Mabar event. Which seems to provide a +6 and a +5 tome for some moderate amount of dragon bashing (which might even be fun opposed to asking guild mates for favors or farming cash ). So that opens up a lot of possibilities for an "advanced" archer character.
Regarding the whole Strength vs. Dexterity debate, I have a question of my own:
The description of bow strength reads: "You add your Strength modifier to bow damage."
If you make DEX a damage modifier by Ninja Spy or Grace...doesn't Bow Strength still apply as in those two stack?
I haven't found any verified info on this.