I think it looks pretty ok. Pine is pretty soft and doesn’t seem as consistent between boards as some other woods. I have to sand everything that comes off my machine if it’s for display or sale.
On a 2 flute, I think your new feed rate is fine (for 10k rpms).
You’ve seen the solution to breaking tabs is bigger/more tabs.
Doesn’t look like there is any appreciable flex in the machine.
Only other thing to try is changing to conventional milling instead of climb and see if that fits anything for you.
It definitely looks like you’re getting a roughing/finishing pass on the final depth here, but you don’t have the roughing box checked up above. Maybe you fixed that, or maybe something is going goofy with the final depth, or maybe you’ve set up two steps like you showed above. Either way, if you check the roughing box(4th panel) , you get a couple more options for finishing. That’s where you can set the finishing stepover and lets you cam them both in the same operation instead of using the “stock to leave” settings. It looks like the final pass isn’t removing anything but dust, so maybe bump the stepover up a little bit there, or leave more stock if you prefer two ops I think rich mentioned that. Actually, I think rich mentioned a lot of this, and I’m just trying to provide some support/detail because I use fusion so much.
Bonus tip: on the fifth panel (linking) if you check the box “keep tool down” fusion will eliminate the z moves to the clearance plane between passes.