I understand your implication, but would hesitate to make the claim.
I wasn't able to test a bone stock bike, so I don't know what HP I started with or what the air/fuel ratio or torque curve looked like. I think the magazines average 57hp. Would a Power Commander have helped a bone stock bike? I personally can't make the claim either way until I get one to test.
Based on what the map looks like one could interpret some of the changes DynoJet may have been making when they made the map for a Stock Setup. My guess is they likely smoothed out any lean spots to meet emissions and may have smoothed out throttle response hesitations and jerkiness caused by the secondary butterflies. I occassionally compare my maps when I'm done to ones that can be downloaded to see how similar they turn out. I might do that if I have the time.
The fact that the Zero map worked so well with the LeoVinci and Valve-ectomy may indicate the stock fueling was indeed less than optimal, hence the creation of a special Stock setup map.
So, from a ridability point of view, a Power Commander or similar unit might be worth the purchase to riders other than perpetual tuners such as myself. Thousands of Factory and Dynojet carb kits were sold to owners with stock airfilters and mufflers in the attempt to smooth out the throttle.
Rideability is subjective and also influenced by many factors.
Thanks for your interest in my further tuning. I was hoping to get the ported head installed on the Ninja this weekend and maybe even dyno it Saturday afternoon, but the owner is moaning about time and not rushing before a June 16 track day. I'm trying to convince him extra ponies at the track day would be a plus. Its not an engine rebuild for chris' sake!