You didn't mess up anything, just held back from formatting the 200mb Sys Reserved since you think it might cause problems with booting.
What we look for to know DISK1 has all it needs to boot is "System Active" in the Sys Reserved, and "Boot" in the Windows 7 partition. As this appears correctly in your drive listings, there is not a concern about it failing to boot.
If you want to delete the 200mb partition in Disk Management first, it will prompt you if it cannot delete it due to it actually holding the System flag, even though it is not marked as such.
You can then even leave that unallocated space there although it is in the preferred lower HD address (closest to the laser).
If you want to recover the space then back up an image of F to C as Resizing operations can fail. However we have never had one fail in hundreds we have helped with here using Partition Wizard which has data protection that will not allow it to fail - just restart and attempt the operation over until you bail out at the next restart.
Boot PW CD, select 1 for screen res, rightclick F, select Resize, grab left grey border by holding left click on mouse, drag it to the left over the deleted 200mb, then click OK and Apply Steps.
Edit: Smart guy - I also back up all installers whether disk or .exe (in Downloads here).