Its not going to get any more complete than that. The only two missing ancestors were unrecorded fathers. That should pretty much reflect the paper background to my autosomal DNA. It also illustrates quite well, how a complete ancestry fans out, doubliing in number each generation. Of course, over enough generations, it starts to reduce again, as common ancestors shared by more than one line, start to appear. Hence the homogeneous nature for example, of the English.
It is also not a proportional representation of where my autosomal DNA comes from. At meiosis, I recieve 50% of my DNA from my mother, and 50% from my father. However, before that, randomness creeps in, along with chromosome exchange, so that it's quite possible that I have inherited no DNA at all from some of my G.G.G grandparents for example, while others may be over-represented in my DNA.
I created the Fan Chart using the Open Source Gramps genealogy database software. I'm really enjoying that program.
I do wish that 23andMe would hurry up. Thirty four days since sending my sample, and so far it's reached a queue for testing in an American lab. Judging by the moans and groans on their forums, I might have to wait for a total of three months in order to see results.