Maybe (I've even read tetanuran), but the entire skull and neck are probably from a drepanosaurid... (Apart from "details" such as the heterocoelic vertebrae, the skull and neck look too big compared to e. g. the dorsals or the rest of the animal.)
I'm pretty sure that the hand is a hand, and since it has the formula 2-3-4-0-x (IIRC), it should be of a theropod. Maybe of a coelophysid (fingers I, II, III and the proposed wing-folding mechanism IMHO agree with this, but coelophysids have a tiny phalanx on IV, while Protoavis doesn't) or a (rather hypothetical) very basal tetanuran.
Of the limb elements? ~:-|
Well, I have Chatterjee's "1999" paper here, with all its illustrations. I will do the next Details On segment pretty soon, I hope. First I have to pass the physics-for-biologists exam tomorrow...