GolfTec advocates a range of values, and while I'll trust the guy who posted those, I will say that there was likely a fairly wide tolerance, with the 5 open being the average, and they didn't try to push you to hit the center of the range.
They claimed to have measured averages of tour players to get all those. They would give you "green" on a measurement if you were within a tolerance of that. "Yellow" and "red" for being further out of their ranges. I dont recall exactly but you'd likely have been in the green for address, EJ.
Their instruction was ok to me, but I lost interest at the time. It was very angles-based, which I thought I enjoyed at the time. That chart was the holy grail- hit those positions and you'd have a good swing. Kinda mechanical. Looking back now, the methodology of 5 simple keys works better for me than hitting exact angles at each of the positions in a swing. I'd rather know key elements to a swing than what angles to position your body.
Edit: yes shoulder bend confused me too. Not sure I have it right!!