The other thing that occurred to me to do is to split the "Standard HD" into "Standard HD (Sports)" and "Standard HD (non-sports)". The first of those would include the dedicated sports channels like the ESPNs, Versus, Golf HD, etc.
The reason for doing so is you'd then be able to have a subtotal for sports in total (including that and the RSNs and sports premiums).
My theory is that people tend to relate to their programming needs in at least 3 catagories --sports, non-sports, and premiums-- and those catagories impact their decision making.
You could probably make an argument for subsetting movies the same way, so you could have a subtotal for Standard movie channels (AMC, TCM, whatever) plus premiums. so that the first catagory becomes "Standard HD (non-sports general)", "Standard HD (movies)" and "Standard HD (sports)".
Instead of breaking non-sports general and movies out of their blocks in the detail list, you could use different colors than green (or different shades of green) for them if the provider has it and leave them in their current blocks.
Just a suggestion. . . .
While the sports/non-sports may make sense, tyring to identify "movie" channels vs non-movie channels may get tough. So many channels now days (even those that started out as movie channels) show a variety of programming. You run into too many different opinions of what is a movie channel and what isn't.
The detail is there, so people can count the channels however they want. The counts may give a general idea to people, but the detail is the important part. (It doesn't matter how much HD a provider has, if the channels you watch aren't in HD.)