An over-reliance on powdered proteins, which, although quickly and efficiently metabolized, don't "stick." Eat whole foods instead.
I'd rework most meals, but without knowing the answers to dnlcdstn's questions above, it's difficult to provide adequate feedback. But to start, I'd consider substituting one banana for a cup of oats (measured dry, by the way) for your first meal. Oats will fill you up more and provide a steadier insulin response over the course of the following few hours. I'd also substitute the whey for some egg whites plus one or two whole eggs. Drop the peanut butter in your first meal.
Your pre-workout meal, although on the right track with carb loading here, is far too large. Four cups of brown rice equates to approximately 180 grams of carbs. And on top of that, you're downing another four cups of skim milk? That's probably another 40-50 grams of sugars! Plus there's no protein aside from what little protein from the milk. I'd say keep the salad, split the rice portion 40/60 pre/post workout, add a chicken breast or two and cut down on the milk consumption. You'll be doing yourself a favor aesthetically.
So if you had a cup and a half of brown rice pre-workout, then two and a half cups post-workout, plus 1-2 breasts of chicken in both meals, with a salad, you'd be laughing.
Your 'during' and '10 minutes post-workout' meals are fine. Your '45-60 minutes post-workout' meal can be one I highlighted above. Your scrambled egg meal is on the right track with a protein/fat combo. Well done on being able to down ten whole eggs but with a fat content of 50-60 grams, it's probably a little on the high end. Although your daily fat totals are rather low (especially if you were to eliminate the peanut butter from your first meal), I'd encourage you to take a "per meal" approach instead - as it isn't necessarily how much of one marco your body can metabolize in a day, but during one meal instead, that's important.
Your 'before bed' meal looks good. Personally, I don't favor dairy (I don't like how it makes me look), but to each your own. I'd even suggest combining the cottage cheese with another couple scoops of the peanut butter or a tablespoon or two of olive oil, as opposed to the either/or approach mentioned.
Hope this helps.