I'm not sure what Ethan plans to do so we'll have to wait and see.
But IMHO, I think measurements are simply a tool you can use to evaluate your space and adjust listening/mixing, speaker position, treatment etc. The only reason I would ask for anyone's measurements if when they ask for advice. Measurements of course can give your clues but they need to be taken in context. Depending on your mic position and other factors, your measurements can vary significantly. As Ethan has stated, if you can get peaks and nulls to within 10dB, you've done as good as you're probably going to get.
On the other hand, if you just want to show how good of a job you did or are advertising to prospective clients, publishing your graphs may impress someone.
I agree, there's no harm in asking but besides trying to troubleshoot his room problems, I don't see what practical good Ethan's measurements are to you. That's my 2 cents.
I actually have very few measurements of my living room home theater. I have a laptop and a decent interface, but the laptop is more than ten years old and has trouble keeping up. It plays music fine, which is what I use it for, but for some reason it doesn't record well anymore. It's pure laziness that I haven't reinstalled drivers etc to track down the problem. I do check the speaker volume balance from time to time with a test DVD and SPL meter. But the room sounds fantastic, so I never felt the need to measure for the purpose of troubleshooting. The only graph I have that's still relevant is this one from about 10 years ago: