I hope I don't sound rude by saying this..
Joey - If you are wanting to collect and be off the forehand, you are going to want to go a different route then what is being displayed in the pictures. In my opinion, the horse in the pictures is on the forehand, evading contact and lacks impulsion. The horse is being ridden below the bit. You can see the horse evading the contact by the slack in the reins. You want contact - always, unless you are riding on the buckle or a free walk.
I 99% agree with what Giget said. The only thing I disagree with it rather then increasing speed, you want to increase stride length and use of the back end while maintaining the same speed.
Basically, don't worry about headset. A pretty frame and head set does not equal a light forehand. At this stage, you want to work on forward movement and active gaits.
I also disagree with jumping so soon. Personally, I believe the ground work should be established before jumping. Even more so, I don't jump before 5 years of age. You may not see the damage being done now, but I promise, you will in the future. It isn't worth the risk. If you love jumping, get out there and jump them yourself. Leave the horse out of it. If you want more info on the subject, let me know.