Now, here's a close up of the bulk of the binds. I say bulk because the bindings I have for my mounts (flight form, etc) are on the far right vertical bar. They're not really relevant for combat, so they don't get zoomed.
I'm currently not using a ton of macros on my druid, which I kind of prefer. I also have issues with using modifier macros, but that's a topic for another post. These keybinds are designed to be easy to access without having to stretch your hands all over the place. Here's the list:
Keys, Bar 1:
Shift+R: Tiger's Fury
Shift+V:Basically unassigned as I use Shift+S for Prowl
Keys, Bar 2:
G:Currently my extra action button macro. Normally this is Skull Bash
Generally speaking, for ability types, I like to keep some uniformity across alts. Here's what I use on my main, a ret paladin:
Shift+2 on both toons is a high priority refreshable damage buff. Shift+D is for AOE on both. I usually use R and Shift+R with damage cooldown abilities. G is always an interrupt (when the toon has one) and F is always a stun or some kind of disorient. Some binds aren't congruent, but that doesn't matter. Sometimes they can't anyway. A certain amount of sameness can help make a keybind easier to work into your muscle memory.
Anyhow, That's all I'm going to say about that. Hopefully this helps!