Overall that's a fairly good set of numbers. Note, btw, the spike in color temp at 90 ire, which matches with the spike in gamma (see below). While minor, that's just the type of thing, one would hope that would get improved going from a sample unit to a production projector.
Gamma: Mike didn't try all the gamma settings, but of those he did (the most logical ones), he reports that the closest he could get to the ideal 2.2 was a measured 2.37 average. That particular gamma mode has a large spike to 2.9 at 90 IRE. If you average that spike out, the gamma worked out to 2.3, still a bit too high. Individual controls are avialble for gamma (but none that would remove a spike). Most likely, the gamma settings will be revised and refined by the time full production Home Cinema 8100 projectors are shipping. Despite the gamma not being ideal, my overall opinions of the image quality are very high.