Looks correct. Just delete old Windows 7 partition in Disk Mgmt, then either create a New data partition in its space, or use free Partition Wizard bootable CD to Resize F: into the deleted Windows 7 space.
Windows 7 will do what it wants with the drive letter, but likely will stay E: which is not an issue at all.
When finished you might run chkdsk /r on all HD's from booted Windows 7 DVD Repair console Command Line. If probs exist, also test your HD's using maker's full diagnostics/repair CD scan: http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?ttid=287
I do this at every reinstall anyway.
In the future, the modern procedure with Windows 7 is to mark the target OS active, then boot the Windows 7 DVD repair console to run Startup Repair up to 3 separate times with reboots. Windows 7 Startup Repair automates all the former bootrec, bootsect commands and dozens of other tests.