Hmm, I hope someone else wanders into this discussion as well, esp if they disagree w anything I say here.
This is a small sample at multiple limits, so nothing's written in stone or anything (i.e., the winrates could be weird simply cuz the sample size is too small).
Overall, your VPIP is pretty high for a full ring player. You have advantages that you want to exploit when playing - one is your hand strength, one is your skills relative to the other player, and the other is position. Suggest that you focus on hand strength more when you're in the blinds through MP than you currently are (i.e., tighten up your hand selection preflop), and think about exploiting position preflop and postflop when you're in CO and BTN.
You might want to try playing a much tighter pf style for say a month or so and then start expanding your ranges by position after that, say 9/9 in EP, 18/17 in HJ, and 40/32 on btn?
Your utg and utg+1 ranges are pretty wide, definitely want to tighten up there I think. For comparison, my overall VPIP for 6max is roughly the same as your utg VPIP (my FR utg VPIP is 6 - I'm a nit, but I don't see a lot of good FR players w a VPIP higher than 10 utg). I realize you're actually winning from EP, and that might be an argument for not changing anything there - I think, though, that winning w those stats from EP is more likely a function of small sample size.
It looks like you're being very agg on the btn (40/37), which is very good, you want to be playing tons of hands on the button - but this is the position where my stats (as an example) for VPIP and PFR have the biggest gap - i.e. I like to float in position, so sometimes I'm cold calling behind in order to steal postflop, or because I think it's more profitable to call than 3bet a specific player in a specific situation (i.e., I think I can outplay him postflop and make more money than I will with a 3bet pf).
I steal and 3bet quite a bit from the SB - but geez your VPIP is sky high there , it's more than twice as much as mine is in 6max.
I suspect there's a disconnect between your pf aggression and your postflop aggression. I don't know, though, how to identify where possible leaks might be - couple of suggestions - post some hands in the HA forum where you're not sure whether or not you should be cbetting/two barreling - also skim through this thread looking specifically for discussions of postflop play (Flop Play section, Ed Miller article on two barreling): http://www.cardschat.com/f49/ring-ga...eading-144488/
gl, and post any questions you come up with!