You're right - it is still very early and a week is not a long time. She is still getting used to her surroundings, and it seems she is beginning to trust you a bit since she is taking licky treats.
She's crabbing when you move her from pouch to pouch because she is still scared - you are smart not to put your hand in there as that would scare her even more. She also is probably not very happy about having her sleep disturbed.
I would not put your hand in there yet, because that will frighten her. Carefully transferring her as you have been doing is probably best. Will the sleeping pouch fit inside the bonding
pouch? That might be an option. You might also get a bonding
pouch with a zipper that you can also use as the sleeping pouch. We have a couple of those and they work well, including when we want to put them back in the cage without disturbing them.
If you haven't done so already, I strongly suggest you read Bourbon's post in this forum: Building a Relationship with Your Glider
For now, I would just let her be during the day when she is in the bonding
pouch. That is her sleep time, and unless she is awake for some reason don't bother her to give her a treat. Let her get used to your voice, your smell, and her general environment. Even in the bonding
pouch she will probably be a little uneasy until she feels more secure.
Regarding tent/bathroom time, it is bet after she wakes up. If she is regular about the time she wakes up, take her into the tent before she climbs out of the sleeping pouch and let her wake up in the tent. Since she is still afraid of you and your hands, getting her back into a bonding
pouch will take some effort, but bribes often work.
As for the light going on, she is still unsure of her surroundings even though she is getting used to them. Keep the light level as low as possible. When you turn it on, just sit by the cage and talk to her softly. Eventually she will get used to this and won't be started every time.
It's good you are seeing progress, but a week is a very
short time. Our first girl was (and still is to some extent) very skittish, and it took a couple of months before she was really comfortable with us. You are asking all the right questions!
Good luck. I'm sure others will chime in here as well.