There's one point I'd question. The station's spinning fast enough to give a simulation of – well, not one gee, perhaps, but enough that his boots clang on the deck, and he trudges. That's quite a high speed, in absolute terms. So, he synchronises his arrival with the passage of the open airlock door, floats through it – and is suddenly accelerated up to the same speed as the room, apparently instantaneously. However you do it that's quite a jolt, whether you've got some kind of magnetic damping field, or just collide with a wall. Furthermore, if gets out the same way he'll be flung away tangentially from the station with an awful lot of velocity for his suit thrusters to cancel out.
I would have expected to dock close to the hub, in near free fall, and take a lift 'down' to the faster moving sections.
Now, I realise that that station is big (asteroid enormous if he can detect the difference to his trajectory caused by its gravitational field) so this would slow down the 'coming in to dock/am in an almost ordinary environment with other people' interface, but if you're going to put your technical details in there are always going to be nitpickers like me (and even worse) pointing out inconsistencies.
For your own good, obviously