Tom, I believe we both want the best lighting possible but you seem to have selected a fixture based more on custom stain, finish, and looks, than pure functionality. This is not to say its function is NOT awesome, but you infer, the function is purely subjective. I disagree. Here's why:
If I could get four spots, flush mounted, in the 8' high ceiling, in high-hats, that would illuminate the table alone, not shine any light in the shooter's eyes, and be in the color range that makes "seeing" near perfect - I'd dump the four bulber now in place - in a heartbeat. I'd take a crap fixture that lights perfectly over a real Tiffany in a heartbeat.
There was a reason the old timers shot in halls with lights that had certain shades, bulbs and avoided other lighting that results in everyone not shooting - being in "dark shadow."
As any photographer or optometrist knows, the larger the aperture (in this case the pupil of your eye) - the bigger the depth of field (the ability to see/focus up close AND distant objects simultaneously)!
The more light on your face and eyes, the less depth of field results. That's a fact, not an opinion.
In my pool room, there are two light systems. One for the table top. One for the rest of the room. When shooting pool, the rest-of-the-room lighting system is off - completely!