From top, the wefts showing on the face of the cloth in the color chips are white+black, white, red+black, red, red+orange, orange, and white+orange. From this angle, there is some difference between the different shades.
However, seen straight on, the differences disappear. Here are closeups of the two red values and the white+orange and orange swatches.
The two reds are too similar in value, and the white completely overwhelms the orange. I know, I know, I should have cut the swatch off the loom and wet-finished and pressed it, but I'm getting low on available warp length so I didn't want to waste any.
Anyway, I wasn't really happy with the palette those yarns gave me, and went back to the design file and filled it with 3-weft shaded satins. The three weft colors are rust, white, and black: