Respawn times seem to be based on game time, not real-life time. As in, one game day is around one real-life hour, but not exactly; I think it's 58 minutes and change. Don't round up or down, real-life respawn times should be as exact as possible. Look at the Forest Hare placeholder on Jaggedy-Eared Jack's page, as an example.
That looks like a good template with which to start. I would like to see something like "Usage" or "Best Situations" added to it, to specifically target situations for which each trust is specifically suited. That's actually my main goal in doing this. So, e.g., if someone was going to fight undead, they would be able to see that Mildaurion would be useful. Or, say, if someone was going to fight where AoE wouldn't be such a good idea, they could see which trusts don't do AoE (there's a lot that do). Maybe the ubiquitous "Notes" at the bottom might be sufficient, but there should be something to trigger members into thinking about entering info about trusts' situational uses.
I think this is all heading toward making a page listing all trusts with this in mind, though, since you would normally start assembling a party by looking at roles. Such as BG Wiki's page bg-wiki.com/bg/Category:Trust#Alter_Egos_by_Role.
The Roles line for each alter ego's page should conform to the way the game classifies them: by the icon to the left of their names in your trust menu. I'm following this Google doc - docs.google.com/document/d/1wF6NsovdawSiHo39OFeGxAW-KirP5oZ9d9-aJRG1ItE/edit - in naming the 7 categories. Sword (melee fighter), Bow (ranged fighter), Shield (tank), Staff (offensive caster), Wand (healer), Harp (active support), Bag (passive support). When I get around to it, I'd like to go thru all 119 trusts to ensure conformity. Trusts should also be grouped by these categories somehow to increase the ease of making up parties for each situation.