I agree with AAA the Swap Partition does look a little too big should`t need to go over 500MB unless your really short on ram on your system and the boot you can probably get away with at least half that size.
Also the individual /var /tmp and /usr partitions aren`t really near as important as a /home partition. You can get away without those three, cause that can all be dumped into the / partition, of course you can seperate it all if you really want to. But a seperate /home partition is really important `cause this is where all your personal work, documents, downloads and desktop and menu configurations for all of your users will be stored. So with all this personal data in a seperate partition you won`t lose it if you have to reformat your / drive because of problems or you decide to change distros or such. It also makes it easier to upgrade without losing all your personal stuff. Just my