That certainly gets my vote. I accept that for many users 4m can be quite dead at times, unless there is a local thriving 4m community. For my part, I am on a hill, 120masl, with a vertical at 17m on the top of the stack, needless to say my signal can be quite far reaching (I have a flat band footprint of well over 100 miles radius from IO81re.)
Two Sundays ago I had to abandon a QSO because because every 25kc channel I selected had a net, Raynet or other activity on it and was asked to move on.... As for the channels like 4375, 4875, there is constant digital activity heard at this location, so I cannot use them or I would interfere with these op's, which I am as careful as I can be, not to do!
With regards to your suggested allocations, they seem very sensible to me however I would like to suggest that at least one telephony channel be 'reserved' for emergency and Raynet communications or at least it is made very clear that if the channel is needed by the above-mentioned ops that users should QSY....
This may seem on the surface to be a selfish gesture however as each Es season goes by, there will be more and more users from the UK and many, many more users from CEPT joining our happy band on 4m.
During summer Es 2005, with G and OZ active, 4m was impossible, what will it be like when the rest of the EU joins us? Lets get this barn door fixed BEFORE the horse has bolted!