Just my opinion and only a few thoughts:
Over all it sounds like a pretty good plan, especially in today's growing human population, but only general goals are outlined. The devil will be in the details as time goes on.
I can't copy and paste so I'll have to adlib.
It's a big challenge because of all the different land owners (private, Forest Service, BLM blah, blah, blah.)
The 44 hunt zones is where they will start but that is highly likely to change.
They are frustrated that they can't use doe hunting as a management tool. You can draw your own conclusions with that "rant"
It creates a (or there is one now?) Big Game Management Fund from hunting licenses, tags etc. All monies to be used for that purpose and transparent.
They do recognize hunters as their only source of income but also recognize other public input. I take this to mean we have to get involved and yell louder than anti-hunters, (IMO which may work and may not).
Beyond that, I'm holding my breath until I see specific regulations in print. It's not that I don't trust them, it's just that I don't trust anybody now days.