I was once in a flight department where it was considered the highest act of manhood for the left seat pilot to do this by memory quickly and then have the right seat pilot call it out. Invariably the left seater forgot something, the right seater called it and the left seater responded without checking. After I timed both methods and proved it is actually faster doing it methodically, I finally convinced them to do it my way — challenge, accomplish, response. And you are less prone to missing something.
Everything here is from the G450 Aircraft Flight Manual, with a few comments in blue.
[G450 AFM §2-04-10]
If you did a proper preflight — "Five in, five out" — all you need to do here is ensure all the lights are green except the APU light which will be amber, since it is available but not on line.
If you are in conditions conducive to icing, you will need to select the cowl anti-ice to on. Don't turn on the wing anti-ice if you plan on deice/anti-ice procedures.
Details on how this test is done and what is actually being accomplished with each step here: G450 Speed Brakes and Spoilers.
Details on how this test is done and what is actually being accomplished with each step here: G450 Stall Warning System.
Check flight controls for freedom and correct movement over full range of motion while observing marshaller or FLIGHT CONTROLS synoptic page.
NOTE: While performing the elevator control checks, pull the yoke aft and then release. The yoke should slowly fall forward until the elevator surface reaches its stop. A failed bungee has shown that when the yoke reaches the forward stop, there is a slight hesitation and the yoke cycles approximately one inch aft then forward. For a normal bungee, there should not be any hesitation or aft movement after the yoke is released. Any windy conditions may invalidate the yoke cycling test.
NOTE: Do not perform a rapid movement on the aileron surface. This could lead to an inadvertent HOPS activation.
We also check this during the first flight of the month.
Gulfstream G450 Airplane Flight Manual, Revision 35, April 18, 2013