There's already a load of info here for most species, but every bit of info counts
Keep your eyes open for Mottled Spinetail in Punda Maria Camp, I've picked them up there fairly regularly the last few years when they often mix with Little Swift, seems to be a bird that's not quite as easy to find as in the past.
White-breasted Cuckooshrike are best found on the Mahonie (but can be anywhere in the area), the area about half way around is fairly good for it, especially if you bump into a bird party, they typically join these in winter.
Ayres's is scarce everywhere, no specific spot but I've seen them near Punda and at Pafuri before, they really can pop up anywhere.
African Yellow White-eye are regular at Pafuri picnic spot, fairly straight forward to find.
Bohm's is best found either at the bridge, or preferably whilst making some egg and bacon sandwiches at Pafuri picnic site at a point where you can see the river, they basically hunt up and down the river and you just got to get your timing right by waiting for long enough that one can come past, usually every 30 minutes or so, but sometimes you also see them anywhere along the road skirting the river as they fly directly above the canopy.
African Barred Owl is often found in Letaba as mentioned earlier, great habitat there for them, but I've seen them in Tambotie camp also.
Racket-taileds are tough in the winter outside of the Makuleke concession, but the klopperfontein area is the most likely to produce one, they appear to be partial migrants in this region.
Miombo Blue-eared is damn tough! I've only had one that I was sure of as it was a juvenille, but in theory one could pitch up at Pafuri from time to time.
Dickinson's can also be throughout the area, but the best regions are around Klopperfontein, and then also along the main road south between Pafuri and Shingwedzi, they particularly like perching up on dead trees.
Good luck with all those Turkeys, looking forward to hearing how many you managed to pin down!