Unfortunately, most of the stuff is under non-disclosure. What I can tell you though is that in PCMark Vantage, the Vertex score lower in RAID (Level0) than in single formation because you get additional latencies from the arbitration. That is, if you have a card with a large on-board memory buffer, you can get better performance (some of the HighPoint controllers or higher end LSI versions). Typical scores with the Vertex were around 23k (single drive), 19-20k dual and 16-18k 4-drives (depending on the age and firmware). What is interesting also is that if you configure the cards to run as "RAID" cards and make them bootable OS, you lose the "windows soft cache" and the performance takes a "minor" hit regardless of which benchmrk you are running. I ran a few comparisons also with the Summit drives and they are slower in single drive configurations but marginally faster in multiple drive configurations. I am not sure where this comes from but it seems that the actual burst transfers of the Vertex have a small onset latency (which shows up as scrw-ball result in HDTach for example where the burst speed is lower than the sustained speed )
IPeak.. the problem is that I can't say where I got it from and it is not publicly avalable. I know that some of the original SR staff had a copy, that would probably be the easier way to approach this.
I am also working with FutureMark (Oliver has been a good personal friend for over 10 years) and SiSoft (Adrian is pretty perceptive to suggestions) to get benchmarks more consistent and get rid of some of the old stuff that pops up in articles over and again and where the paradigms are so off that the results are not only useless but plain and simply wrong. This is BTW one of the things that I have high hopes for with the new SR. I hope I answered most of your questions, but that's about all I can disclose.
BTW, congrats to your Hall of Fame placement. Feels good, does't it :-) I was in the top 10 graphics some 8 years ago with a hand-modded el-cheapo FIC RADEON.