I know this is old, but I thought I would post this from one of my lesson plans so that you might better understand Class E (the only major thing on your chart that I saw errors with.) Nice chart btw Class E
: Generally extends from the surface, 700’ AGL, 1,200’ AGL, or 14,500’ MSL up to 17,999’ MSL or any overlying airspace depending on the location and needs of the airport. Also extends from 60,001’ MSL up to space. All victor airways are considered controlled airspace and extend from 1,200’ AGL up to 17,999’ MSL and 4NM from each side of the airway centerline.
It gets kind of complicated explaining why it is that way if you don't have knowledge of sectionals, but here is a nice card from AOPA that might help you visualize it better.http://www.aopa.org/asf/publications/airspace2011.pdf
If you want, you can reference these for clarification:
PHAK Ch. 13 - http://www.faa.gov/library/manuals/avia ... r%2014.pdf
AIM 3-1-4 - http://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/publications/ATpubs/AIM
I hope this helps! Happy flyin