Yeah, I like that you limited the throws to just ending neutrally in the first tab. Reversing everything should give you all the different body catch variations, I like that. You have a nice approach and gives a comprehensive overview, I think.
Alberts go under the leg and out beside the head (bolopac) while I'd say normally a "under the other leg" would go between the leg and arm (bolopal)? Maybe not?
You could do a few more than the ones listed here while still end with a neutral catch and everything, right? Here I tried listing the most straightforward under the leg variations, many you already do, I know.
bolal (under same side leg, appearing between arm and leg)
bolac (same side albert, I guess this is also the normal way to do under the same arm, while lifting your leg)
albol (under the leg/trebla)
acbol (inverted shoulder which passes under leg)
bolopal (under the leg)
opalbol (outside under the other leg)
opacbol (going over the other arm outside under other leg)
There are obviously more that technically fill the criteria (I think?) if you cross your arms more in the middle of some of these, but I guess that is not the type of body throws you wanted to do, anyway.
Inverted shoulder throw is me trying to describe acal, where you carry the object through ac, then throw out al to a neutral catch, not reverse shoulder/lazie/penguin catch.
The last thing I mentioned would be acopal, but again, not a reverse backcross, but a carry behind the head and throw under the arm.
Also I really liked Garnavault's bodytrick's video back in the day. I thought frontcrosses were the coolest thing ever!