those spokes are not ultra light units.. not on the level with the super spoke.. and speaking as some one who builds wheels for actual monies... how well has this wheel been built.............
this is a certain swiss hub laced with X-rays to a certain carbon rim built in house in the bible belt of the USA..
so tension over all is low on the drive side but not that bad.. and on the non drive side its.. well F'ing awfully
so the over all percentage of deviation doest take into account that spokes 23 and 17 are so low that they are not able to be measured..
spokes 1, 11, 15, 19 are the only ones doing a any work thats worth while and 1 is carrying the load of over half the wheel....
what that means is all the other spoke are under load carrying no tension except for the extra special spokes a 23 and 17 which are never at any time carrying any tension.. note this wheel is straight and most true...
this wheel rubs the brake pads, and according to the owner is seriously lacking in stiffness .. rider is in his low 70kgs..
here is the wheel after the tension deviation issues are addressed
wheel now feels amazing and drives under power so well its like a new wheel..
it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see the difference between these different version of the same wheel..
now the top wheel can be built using the 1950s feel method in 20 min after lacing.. the bottom one takes around an hour and a consistent, repeatable tension meter. most wheels built where volume is the key will not be built to such standards..
round and true do not always mean well built..
instead of seeking expert opinions on the internet maybe take the wheel to a gun wheel builder in you area.. if you let me know where you be i may be able to post you in the right direction..