I have not looked at the links listed, but did want to give a few "birth plan pointers" if anyone is interested. Make short, concise statements - while including things like "I would prefer," etc. is nice, it is not necessary to begin each statement with this type of phrase. It is obvious that is your preference or you wouldn't have put it on the plan and it becomes a little repetitive and makes it less likely to be read. Use bullets - when shift change occurs and a new whoever walks in, it is easier for them to read, especially at 3 am. Lastly, keep it to one page. All of the things listed above will make your plan something your birth attendants are likely to read, and that really is the point, isn't it? I would also advise you to make a separate plan for baby - a baby plan. Listing all things you do and do not want done to the baby, to be placed directly in the warmer upon your arrival so that whoever is attending to baby doesn't have to flip through your birth plan to find the necessary info. Even though your baby may not go to the warmer, this is likely to be where the baby nurse, etc. lingers. Putting baby's info on a different sheet also means that the info can more easily travel with baby should he/she have to go to the nursery. Hope that helps and good luck!
Nichole, mama to 6 blue-eyed babies, LCCE, doula, apprentice mw