Seems a little pointless to me. Are these figures even for sustained IOPS? read, write, mix? What is the cost per TB associated with the figures. I could create a SAN based entirely on RAM which would give very high IO figures and very low cost per IOPS but which has a cost per TB which would be offputting.
I'm not surprised NetApp have given up as there's very little to be gained from this without setting some standard design features at the very least.
Neither of them have a nice interface either, so whether it's quick or not the admin will be crying by the time his system is up and running!