Same exact list. Its a bit of 'mystery' on exact pinpoint causes for these whines, but they all relate to incorrect pinion-to-crown gear relationship. Only two adjustments are possible though -- pinion to crown depth (how far radially the pinion is located relative to crown wheel center) and pinion-to-crown wheel clearance (how much gap there is between the pinion hypoid gear and the crown wheel 'teeth'). Pinion yaw and attack angle are NOT adjustable at all (for me at least).
I tend to look at lash as the very first thing to see where it is, lash is absolutely needed but can not be excessive. CHapter ?17? of the service manual gives all the specs and test methods.
You could try swapping the diff oil to something else like mineral oil or other. The experts on this forum on this is Alfar7 (RJ) and little Italian (bud) for sure.
74 GTV with 10548's and Ingram pump
71 Spider 1750 BOMBER ; 1995 LS 78K tight fast car