Ah - there we have a list! Knew we could rely on you, Thomas.
Quite an eclectic mix too, if I may say. For Britain, Holland and Austria you've chosen parties that are firmly in the centre, even (traditionally) slightly left-of-centre, with socially liberal, economically moderate parties, and for France, a mainstream rightwing party thats still kindof in the same bracket.
All in all a lot more moderate than I'd given an admirer of Ronald Reagan ;-).
For the Czech Republic though, you did pick a man who preached and brought Thatcherism to the Czechs, and combines it with Thatcher's fierce aversion to the EU and occasional slip into xenophobia. (His party is called the Civic Democratic Party, or ODS).
May I suggest considering the alternative of the Freedom Union/Democratic Union? Pretty good (and surprisingly honest) English-language profile of history and electorate on their own site
Basically, the Freedom Union united a large part of the ODS back when, in the late nineties, the party split apart over Klaus's personality and, if memory serves me, corruption scandals that erupted by the end of his rule. It united those who thought Klaus was too authoritarian, and had drifted off into too populist, national-conservative a tone. They remained wedded to the free-market, socially liberal course of classical liberalism, absorbed many of the voters of the Civic Democratic Alliance (or ODA, which in the 90s had served as the younger, intellectual, principled liberal/libertarian alternative to the ODS), and united with pro-European DEU.
What may put you off though is that in 2002 they joined a coalition government with the Socialdemocrats and Christian-Democrats, with the Socialdemocrats providing the Prime Minister (or rather, subsequent Prime Ministers).