Timing... Every car is different, FWIW. You're running a tiny bit less than I do, however I'm tuned for 91 octane plus W/I, so it's really impossible to compare. Every car seems to be a tad different, and if yours is happy, then great.
Tip in: part of me wants to say "if it feels good, then fine." If you really want to be a perfectionist, then follow along.
Here's one instance of you hitting the throttle at what I'll call "moderate" intensity. Blue is TPS, green is AFR, and red is the amount of TPSAccel being performed. You're not really hitting the throttle very hard at all, and you get that big lean spike. Notice that TPSAccel did virtually nothing.
Ok, here's one of you hitting the throttle harder:
See the difference? You were fast enough to activate a big slug of TPSAccel, which prevented the lean spike.
So, if you want to try to tune this out, flip over to your Accel Wizard screen. I've made some very arbitrary changes here, to point you in the right direction. These numbers are by no means absolute:
Starting at the top, I'm putting in more fuel at the lower rates of change. I've lengthened the duration of the Accel slightly, and lowered the threshold. Lastly, I also got rid of the Decel value.
One other thing. This may just be an artifact of your MT setup vs. my MT setup, but this is what your AFR Target table looks like to me. Please double-check that this isn't what yours actually is: