Agreed on Plazma. It gives as much benefit to working out as is now known how to do.
You did have a really tight budget as originally described, so if you find yourself where Plazma really cannot be bought, Surge Recovery is an excellent, much less expensive option. To compare the two, Plazma is the best workout supplementation that it's now known how to do. Surge Recovery is not: it was the best knowledge as of when it was introduced.
It doesn't provide the major increase in possible workout intensity that Plazma does, nor have the soreness reducing-or-eliminating effect, and when at a plateau for muscle gain, on adding it doesn't provide the major improvement that Plazma does. But, when in a position to gain muscle well anyway with good training, diet, and workout nutrition, Surge Recovery is very good. If you find yourself where you can't buy the Plazma, I'd go with Surge Recovery rather than with whey or various other powders.
Z-12. Before Z-12 I had, I suppose, 20 years of not sleeping solidly in my first six hours of sleep, but only lightly with repeated re-awakenings. So I'd be poorly rested after 8 hours, and not that well even at 9 hours. With Z-12, for many years of use now, that's just not an issue, and I'm refreshed at 8 hours. There are a great number of customer testimonies on this one, it's an extremely well-received product. Where it will not work as well is where the problem is falling asleep in the first place, as it doesn't induce drowsiness. But once asleep, sleep is much more sound.
When having a sleep problem such as pauls83 describes, it's hard or impossible for any supplement to give more benefit for the dollar than you get from improvement in sleep quality.
Improved sleep may improve the other problems as well.
On fish oil, take a look at the DHA content as that's a much more valid indicator of usefulness than total of DHA/EPA. As shipping is free, Flameout could be considered and while it may appear to cost more, he may find that for DHA content, it's less expensive. It doesn't necessarily have to be used at the full label dose. There is benefit to smaller, personally-affordable doses as well.
Testosterone booster (on the original concerns), I would save your money on this budget.
Rez-V, on a tight budget I would omit it.
Superfood, excellent addition for health.