RDP's time is 0.3 seconds slower than the fastest race lap when WSB last ran at Valencia in 2009, and 0.7 slower than the best race lap on 800's in 2011, and that was in the wet, so I would say if that's the best they have to offer, they still aren't up to much.
But we could go round in circles all day here, I think the proof will be when the flag drops at the first race.
Even you can't believe that any team will put up the best they have to offer on the second day that their bike has ever been on track. The fastest lap at Valencia 2011 wasn't actually wet. It wasn't until the end of the race that there was anything close to rain. The conditions weren't ideal but there definitely wasn't rain when they were fastest.
We aren't really going around in circle here, I think I've addressed all of the issues you've raise and the only ones remaining seem to be somewhat unreasonable expectations. Ezpeleta has made it clear that if the CRTs cannot keep up with the "factory" bikes, they will change the rules to make the CRTs faster so, you don't need to worry much about them being slower than WSBK. The class will remain in tact as the premier class.
I think a lot of people have a problem with the CRTs because they view them as production bikes which simply isn't the case. More important, the only thing that makes a superbike a superbike is homologation and if Honda wanted to they could homologate an RC213V, they just need to produce enough and offer them to the public.
If they did that and someone took that motor and put it in a prototype chassis and called it a CRT bike would you still have reservations?