Well, I would also go crazy looking at those screens. Sometimes we need to take a step back and regroup. So let's do that, shall we?
We know the engine starts and runs, so we can eliminate all the systems and components asocciated with that function. What we have left is an engine running rich and a lot of weird data from the PCM.
Out of all that weird data, one jumps at me as being particularly weird, and that is O2 voltage at 4.9 volts. In my experience, I've only seen that happen in vehicles where the O2 harnesses had been touching the hot exhaust pipes. So, were I in your shoes, I would put that Solus down and start checking those harnesses. If those check out OK, and you might have to pull out your Ohmmeter to verify they are indeed OK, then keep going through all the sensor circuits starting at the sensors themselves and all the way up to the PCM.
It is highly probable that the problem is in the wiring, but if every circuit tests out OK, then I would have to say the computer is shot - it's just that I haven't seen many computers going bad on their own, if you know what I mean ;-)
This one seems to be challenging, please let me know what you find.
Remember that what you see on graphing scanner screen is just an interpretation of the signals being sent by the onboard computer. The actual signals, may they be in from a sensor or out to an actuator, can only be accurately checked at their source with a meter or scope.