I recently procured an '01 F250, and, while it was is pretty good shape for its age, I do not accept any form of leaking. So I've been on the same quest the OP is pursuing, with good results. I had leaks in all of the typical areas pictured above, so I started here: Replacement O-rings for Ford Diesel Engines
Bob at Diesel O-rings is a great help. The instructions are top-notch.
Here's another link to get you headed in the right direction: http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/7-3...diagnosis.html
All of the oil down the passenger side, onto my starter, ended up coming from the oil filler neck o-ring, or lack thereof. Easy fix.
Rebuilding the fuel bowl wasn't too bad, and I also did the IPR o-rings and installed a "serviceable" plug on the bottom of the HPOP. In the kit in the above link, I opted for the new HPOP gasket and HPOP oil line tool as well.
While I was in there and had everything apart, I degreased the valley, to the point of finishing up with brake cleaner.
I also installed NC Hornet's CCV mod, new Riff Raff boots, and plenum boots with inserts, to ensure I was not getting any leaking from the IC pipes / boots.
Another leak was at the dip-stick tube flange at the oil pan. Unfortunately, Bob's $45 kit didn't do the trick (kit was fine, pan was warped), so I ended up having to swap out the oil pan. I did go back together with a new powder-coated oil pan in order to prevent subsequent corrosion these pans are prone for in the rust belt. Oil leak is fixed too...
Just stay at it, and sequentially eliminate all areas of potential leaks. You'll be satisfied, and your truck will be too. Good luck!