Not much to see in this table. We don't report as many IRE points on pre-calibration data, as we do on post, but from the four points from white to medium dark gray, they all measure very close to each other - in fact within 50K, which is very tight. (There is more shift in the much darker regions).
If the overall color temp for these brightness levels were just 200K lower, they would be close to perfect, at least as far as grayscale balance goes, and they would put back in that little bit of missing reds.
Between Standard mode, and Cinema mode, the brightnesses measured within 2% of each other.
Without adjustment, Cinema will, for most critical viewers, be the preferred mode compared to Standard, but both are very good. Standard seems to have a touch more punch, so for something like sports with some ambient light present, you may favor Standard.
Even our calibration settings, found in the calibration pages, result in only minor adjustments compared to the default.
Only Bright mode has color balance issues that are of significance. Figure to use Bright only when you are fighting a lot of ambient light, because the Bright mode with its strong yellow-greens is not very pretty, but it will get the job done when every last lumen is needed!