Good job with the guide, Revel. There's one thing I want to point out though, and it is that I believe you can probably move the Pummeling Style feat chain to lower levels, due to the use of a semicolon, the oxford comma, and an "or" in the Feat prerequisite description. I'll explain:
A regular feat, for which you need to meet all prerequisites, looks like this:
"Paralyzing Strike (Combat)"
Prerequisites: Dex 13, Wis 13, Improved Unarmed Strike, base attack bonus +14.
Feats that have two optional prerequisites after a list of pre-requisites, it looks like this:
Prerequisites: Dex 18, Combat Reflexes, Improved Unarmed Strike, Weapon Focus (unarmed strike); base attack bonus +16 or brawler level 12th.
The fixed prerequisites are before the semicolon, whereas the optional prerequisites are after the semicolon.
Which then takes us to how the pre-requisites of the Pummeling Style are written:
"Pummeling Style (Combat, Style)"
Prerequisites: Improved Unarmed Strike; base attack bonus +6, brawler's flurry class feature, or flurry of blows class feature.
Notice how the BAB bonus and flurry features are after the semicolon, and listed with an oxford coma. If we follow the logic of the precedent feats, the semicolon and oxford coma indicate that that you only have to meet one of the three prerequisites listed after (one of the flurries, or BAB 6).
Therefore, you can start building the chain as soon as lvl 1 (you meet the prerequisites of Improved Unarmed Strike and Flurry of Blows), and get to pummeling charge at lvl 9 (you don't need pummeling bully for pummeling charge, and the need of adquiring improved reposition for pummeling bully makes it so you need Int 13, which makes the monk even more MAD).