A compilation of all 3 tests put together
Test 4 Station 4:
Test 4 Station 4 has really clear dings and I am able to easily distinguish between the right and left ear. The nails get louder at the 11 and 1 mark because they are directly behind the microphones. The decay on the sound remains longer around 8-9 and 3-4 because the barn is shaped as a rectangle, and the mic rig is set pretty close to the center of the warehouse. The test lacks a lot of the depth around 2 o'clock, due to the person with the nails or the shape of the space.
Test 9 Station 9:
Like the previous test, you can clearly distinguish between the left and right sides. Also similar to the previous test, Test 9 Station 9 has a longer decay at 8, however it has a very muted decay at 4. Again, this is likely due to the space we were in. As Matt has mentioned, there was a corner of the warehouse occupied by fake walls and a Jaguar. With 12 o'clock being directly behind the "walls" of the rig, the sound isn't carried very well into the microphones. This gives you an idea of how these rigs are positioned in the warehouse. These rigs are also raised off the ground, appoximately as high as the person holding the nails behind it. This could lead to a muted sound, because of the way the sound has to travel to get to the microphones.
Test 6 Station 4:
I am able to better distinguish the left and right ear the best out of all three of the tests. Again, like the previous tests, I find the decay to linger more in 8-11 than 12-3, and again at 4. This test is in the same position as Test 4 Station 4, but since the mic rig is different, the decay at 12 is a really big change. I've put them side by side for comparison. I think when listening to this, it makes the blocky seem like a better mic rig for noises that happen behind the microphone.