Excellent summary. The only thing I potentially disagree with, depending on what you are implying, is: "Better chalk grabs better"
My video shows that Blue Diamond and Kamui stick to the CB more, and this can result in larger and more frequent cling/skid/kick. In other words, these chalks helps the CB "grab" the OB more (by creating more friction between the balls). However, there is no evidence in my video that Blue Diamond and Kamui help the tip grab the CB any better than the other chalks.
I am looking at the "larger skid" aspect as being the indicator of the chalk grabbing better... I am also going by ear on the misscue limit test in regards to slip but will try and get a wave form program installed to look at them since what you hear can be subjective to what you expect to hear..... In the end you may be correct to disagree with me... Especially since I am interpretting tests that were not intended to grade the quality of grab or spin ratios...