I don't know about "lighter", but one of the thing missing from what you've listed are vegetables. Even a British or Irish "Full Breakfast" sometimes includes grilled tomato.
I'll often cook up some potatoes with onion and bell peppers and garlic ("home fries"). The trick is to pre-cook the potatoes, so you don't have to fry them on the stovetop for too long. (I bake up a couple of extra whenever I make baked potatoes; let cool, wrap in foil, then shash in the fridge)
You can also add vegetables to your eggs -- an omelet or scrambled eggs with mushrooms, onion, bell pepper, etc.
If you're scrambling the eggs, you can remove some of the yolks if you're trying to reduce fat -- I'm not a fan of all whites, but one whole egg + 2 egg whites is about the same amount off food as two eggs without affecting things too badly.
You could also substitute out the beans for toast (whole wheat for the goal of being healthier), if you wanted to be more American.