The issue is that it appears that many people have interpreted Mark's illustration to be the same/similar as mine. Perhaps because it seems to suggest that blue's are out of gamut as has been my basic premise from the start of this thread. However, one must realize that Mark's illustration is incorrect. This is not how color spaces are "stitched" together. Actually, it is dangerous to think this is how the process work.
I still stand by all of my findings as reported here. So the two comments that you quoted from me stay unchanged.
You keep saying stuff like that Joofa, which is why this thread keeps getting derailed. Despite all the rancor in this discussion, I really am sincerely interested in knowing if and how I'm doing something incorrect. Since you refuse to explain even basic, fundamental aspects of your plot, we have no idea how to interpret it. I've tried several times to explain how I understand it, only to be told I am naively setting myself up for embarrassment without further explanation.
My plot might be completely wrong, sure. I think it agrees quite closely with Lindblooms grapher if you scroll down the page here: http://www.brucelindbloom.com/index.html?WorkingSpaceInfo.html (plotting the two profiles in XYZ looks the same to me). I understand the limitations of visualizing in ZYX space, but that doesn't seem to be what you are saying.
You are simply saying I am incorrect. Full stop. No explanation.