Sounds good. My only advice is to watch the entire thing REALLY carefully, even after initial introduction is over and the pecking order is established. I was looking into making my 29 gallon into a nice big sorority, but I've just heard too many horror stories. It's good that you will have plenty of temporary tanks.
Oh, and I recommend quarantining them in their temp. tanks before introducing them to the 10 gallon. I say this because if you plan on having any live plants, most medications will kill them along with the fact that all your fish will be infected. While you can easily isolate and treat a fish with say, fin rot, you do need to treat the entire tank if a fish brings in parasites of any sort. I rescued some guppies that had IP and I moved them into my 15 gal once I thought they were treated. Turns out they were still infected and I had to bleach the entire tank (and bleach-dip the plants which luckily all survived) as well as throw out all my expensive eco-complete. I just wouldn't want the same thing to happen to you.