It is clear (at least to me) that not all the settlements will be evacuated, only those that even our government considers illegal. The rest can be negotiated through exchange of territories. Your second point... does IDF needs roads to supply its forces in the Jordan valley, or everywhere else? I don't think so.The airspace will be in his hands for many years. And this is fair. The third one (controlled and limited movement into and out of their territories) is the most serious of the Israeli' s conditions, and can't be acceptable by anybody. But... does Israel need to impose this condition? The Palestinians must understand that any infiltration of their territory by terrorist forces will be answered by extreme force (and this time this will be acceptable by the world community).
Merkel says would welcome constructive Iranian role in any Syria talk (Reuters)
from the article: Dear Palestinian leaders, your destiny is in your own hands