I have no problems with most of your initiatives. I think it's silly to have to sign a consent form for formula, so long as you are talking to mom about her choice it's fine. We do give out a pamphlet on formula feeding to moms who choose to do so.
Our hospital is baby friendly, we do have formula in the back for those that can't/won't breastfeed. We however do not have any pacifiers in our facility nor do we have a nursery.
I don't see what the problem is with rooming in, many places do it. Before we went this route we took it to the public and rooming in is what was wanted. We allow dad or a support person to stay with mom over night and help so it's not like they are alone. The only ones that grumble are the ones who want to leave the baby with us and go for a frequent and "quick" smoke and are annoyed that there is no one to stay with the baby. If you are well enough to go for fresh air then you are well enough to have baby with you. If the mom is unwell that's different and they can either have dad/support person there to care for baby or alternatively we take a staff member to special care to look after baby if mom is alone. We get very few complaints about the model and before anyone says I don't know what it's like, I've delivered twice with this model of care including a difficult forceps delivery and will be doing it a 3rd time shortly.