-Preflop: You hold a strong hand, but you still have a lot of different hands that could beat you. I would have raised hard preflop to see if I could buy the pot before any confrontation.
-Flop: You got fortunate, you hit your set. If you hadn't hit your set, you would be in trouble here because you would have been beat and you know it. But you did hit your set, so I would bet the hell out of your hand because you still run the risk of villian hitting a set of kings on the turn or the river. Plus you know you are holding top hand at this stage, why not try to grease the pot a little. Calling here is the wrong play.
-Turn: You got a boat now, why are you not pushing. TP still thinks he has top hand, and now is your time to punish him for thinking he is holding top hand. And 10/7 hit a set on the turn, so he'll call any bet that you put out there. Here was your biggest opportunity to cap the pot.
-River: No help for anyone. I know that you are playing limit and you could not raise any higher due to the fact that no one re-raised you. You took down a nice sized pot, and the rest is history.
-Preflop: I would have raised here. You would have gotten called by AK, and possibly by 10/7.
-Flop: Your opponents are betting into your hand. That is good news for you. I would have raised the pot. Chances are, you would have bet out 10/7, but you would have gotten called by TP.
-Turn: Well, you didn't raise the pot at any point in the hand, so now 10/7 has a hand. That's good news for you because now you can bleed him dry. Why are you still calling min raises?
-River: Finally you raised. Too bad nobody felt a need to re-raise you and you couldn't bleed a little more out of the pot.
Thinking skills oriented, I think you played the hand poorly. Preflop you should have done a lot more to protect your hand. You hit a good flop and ended up with a set, and had to be relatively certain that you were holding top hand at this point. You should have been raising at every stage from this point on. Then again, thinking results oriented, I don't think you would have hit as a big of a pot had you played the hand differently. If you would have raised preflop or on the flop, 10/7 would have folded and your strongest opponent would have been out of the hand. But still, you would have played the hand properly at that point and would have never known that he hit trips on the turn.