There are some great ideas here! As soon as I have time, I will post my thoughts about some specific parts
Could you try to calculate the TES of some famous performances basing on your rules (I'm not talking about the changes in the structure of the progams, obviously) and see how they change?
For the other sections, I like the idea of GOEs having more importance, while I think that there aren't a lot of changes compared to the existent rules, and that in some parts (creating separate addional bunoses/penalties for each specific jump etc.) you're really really accurate. I personally don't have anything against complex rules (even if they involve complex calculations or if the "casual viewer" can't understand them), as long as they're useful, but I know that a lot of people have problems with this
The problem is, PCS guidelines is so vague and subjective. Personally I think PCS, must be like TES, is judged live and by the quality of the performance at that very moment. Skaters have their on and off days so their PCS couldn't stay the same for every competition or just raise gradually despite the quality. A skater might get 70 PCS at skate america because, then 90 PCS in GPF, then 80 PCS at worlds. Personally I think it's possible and more reasonable than constant 90s PCS in every competition.
For a comparison between performances, at 2014 Worlds Hanyu's TES would increase to approximately 91.31 - a difference of 13.98 points for a clean performance as compared to a performance with two falls. In this particular instance it's not a huge differential between what happened in the current system (his TES increased by 12.27), although that's because under the current system Hanyu's 3S in sequence at the Olympics received no credit at all.
The major difference is that under the current system Hanyu's 4S fall at the Olympics was worth 6.5 points. Under this system it would be worth 3.4 -- a very big difference in loss of points for falling on that element. His 3F fall under this system would also only be worth .9 points, rather than 2.4 points.
I still don't understand ISU's reason for rewarding a fall with so many points. It's like they are encouraging the skaters jump as much as they can.
What about stumbling and put your hand on the ground or 2 foot? How many deduction it would be?