I wasn't going to mention anything, but since you said this, I thought I would point this out.
Something that is slightly misleading about this graph is the pull with the tune started about 500rpms sooner. The difference you're seeing at 2,500rpms isn't the increase in hp/tq as much as the ramp up of the graph.
You will not be gaining 60lb/ft of tq at 2,500 rpms with this tune. Once again, the graph is the by-product of two dyno pulls being started at different rpms and the dyno ramp up.
When you don't start the pulls at the same rpms, you'll see discrepancies like this.
Really what I see here is a gain roughly of 5hp/tq over the powerband. At this point, not much to say until you can see what is capable with more variables.
I was too excited to see the across the board gains to notice this. [rofl] Nice catch.