Many thanks for your recommendations and thoughts.
I was thinking about doing a brake fluid flush. I will likely do it when I replace the brake pads in the near future. I had not been considering this as too high a priority as the brakes feel as good today as they did 12 years ago. But, I understand the point about water accumulation leading to corrosion, so I will add that to my list.
Yes, the tires are the original Bridgestone Duelers. I have them checked for dry rot and other issues every 6 months, and the tire dealer says there is no sign of any issues. Nevertheless, I was concerned with the age, and have already purchased a new set of tires, which are now waiting at my local Costco for me to drop by to have them installed. The Costco tire manager who saw the 12 year old tires a week ago attributes the prolonged tire life and lack of dry rot to the car being in a garage.
I understand your point about the trans cooler. I also saw a couple of threads on the forum regarding trans fluid and ATF intermixing. Based on your note, I now have a clearer understanding of the situation. I will look into whether I already have an external trans cooler, and what my options are for adding one if I do not already have one.
The radiator hoses look and feel fine, but I will probably swap them out as it is a small enough investment for some additional peace of mind. When I checked out the hoses yesterday, I noticed the original spring compression hose clamps, and had already decided that I would use the more traditional screw hose clamps when I replace the hoses.