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It kind reminds me of a DAC and headphone amp project that was put together with one of my friends.     http://www.amb.org/audio/gamma1.5/    
The "snubber capacitors" would simply be added across each of the recitifier diodes.   .1uF, 100 volt multilayer ceramic capacitors would be a good choice.   Here's an example from eBay-----> http://www.ebay.com/itm/111078545502   (I prefer axial caps for perfboard but you could also go with radial caps)
Either would work. You're prolly better off with discreet diodes since you're building on perfboard but the ones you picked are overkill. Plain Jane 1N4004s with snubber caps would be just fine...
Yeah, not much. Even 100mA would be overkill, the problem is most transformers with current ratings that low are PCB mount (do not have mounting tabs).      
What's your skillz level?   http://www.head-fi.org/t/110757/simple-opa627-buf634-pre-amp   Would be pretty easy to build that circuit on perfboard.
http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/287-1010   Would be a better choice then laptop PSU but then we're getting way beyond reasonable especially when paired with that POS pre-amp kit.
  No, Google plus 4 seconds and he could find his own friggin answer.You know the part about doing in Doing It Yourself.  http://www.ti.com/general/docs/litabsmultiplefilelist.tsp?literatureNumber=sloa093
And in the section about R2.....
The C2 positions are bypass caps for the output stage. IIRC there is detailed explanation in the parts guide page.
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