The oils look great to me! Just a couple of suggestions:
1. Change your lye setting from 33% water as percent of oils to 33% lye concentration.
Lard is very slow to trace, so you don't need as much water as currently shown. Plus, using lye concentration will give you more consistent results as you scale a recipe up or down. And you don't have to mess with "water discounts" - you just change the lye concentration when you want more or less water.
2. Change your superfat to 2-3% max. I find that high-lard soaps can feel oily to the touch when they have high superfat. The lather is already going to take more effort to get it going, and keeping the superfat lower will help with that. Remember, your lye probably isn't as pure as the calculator assumes, either.
3. Speaking of lather, high lard soaps really benefit from the addition of sugar to help make them lather more easily. Try dissolving sugar at 1% of oils (or 1 T per pound of oils) in your water, before you add the lye.
At some point you will want to think about adding a chelator, as high-lard soaps do produce soap scum. A chelator really helps with that. But I don't want to overwhelm you. Try this recipe, give it a good long cure (like 3-4 months), and see what you think. Good luck!
EDIT: DeeAnna posted right before me as I was typing so I apologize for the repetition.