Those P and Zn numbers are pretty different from what they list on their website
(700 and 900 ppm, respectively). Wonder what accounts for that discrepancy.
If the Ca level really is that moderate, I'd take that as a very good sign for an oil like this. Less detergent to compete with the anti-wear chemistry. Wouldn't draw a conclusion without knowing why the P and Zn numbers differ from spec, though.