I agree entirely but you got evocation twice, looks like the second one was supposed to be conjugation. Mechanically I think 3.5's SR subsystem was probably the most elegant way of differentiating those points in a way that didn't feel arbitrary on a spell by spell level.If D&D is going the school path it needs to start describing how schools are different.
Things created with evocation and abjuration are pure magic and are subject to anti-magic, spell resistance, dispels, and disjunctions.
Things created with evocation are real, summoned from somewhere else, aand are subject to banishment and reality.
Things created with illusion are either nor real or made with shadow stuff and are subject to disbelief.
Things created with transmutation are transformations of real things and are subject to anti-magic, spell resistance, dispels, and disjunctions.