A couple of points where it could maybe be improved:-
In the Identity Columns section, while the statement "any IDENTITY columns do not have the values reverted" is true it's pretty meaningless, since values in IDENTITY columns can't be changed, and potentially misleading as it may lead people to think that they can be changed, and in the rest of that sentence your reference to the bext available identity value should be to the next automatically generated identity value. If you were intending to suggest that the IDENT_CURRENT table property is part of the value of the column your statement makes sense of a sort but if so you should state it because people generally don't think that way.
It would be better to include a SQL Variables section between Identity Columns and Table Variables, to say that SQL Variables are not affected by rollback, using something like
DECLARE @TestValue int to produce an example. Then the Table variables section could say "As with other SQL variables, Table Variables are not reverted by a ROLLBACK" instead of referring to IDENTITY.