The fuel table is a bit richer than I prefer, but that's no big deal. Experts disagree about that kind of thing, and different setups respond best to different tuning. The shapes of those tables look reasonable, but it's hard to say much more than that.
I can't mentally add the base timing to the total timing and contemplate the results based on two tables of numbers.
A table that shows total timing would be more informative.
A total-timing table with a line drawn through it showing the cells you hit in a WOT pull would be even more informative.
Basically you'll want to know how many additional degrees of timing you could add, at 4-5 points along that line, before knock starts. And you figure that out through experimentation. When you know, you're done tuning timing. At least, you're done tuning timing for that amount boost and for that fuel table.
A good data log would also be informative since it would show total timing, AFR, load, RPM, and knock activity. And the first consideration in evaluating a tune is basically just, "does it knock?"