UnderGrounder, I had the SNP's F1092+ and F1758+ L295- and L294- what does that mean?
From a haplogroup perspective, this means that SNPs F1092, F1159, and F3604 are very old incorporating several Middle Eastern clusters as well as an apparent Slovakian cluster (kit B1600 and likely also kit 177636) and that F1758 is downstream from these three SNPs (because we know that B1600 is F1758- based on Geno 2.0 results). SNPs that accurately differentiate the various F1758+ Middle Eastern clusters have yet to be identified. One of them might be F2791, but that is just conjecture as it was not tested on the Geno 2.0 chip.
The various observed clusters under F1758 appear to have diverged up to several thousand years ago, based on the GD differences. In particular, the GD between kit M9344 and N112631 at 111 markers is 36 (very large). There is now likely enough data to be able to place F1092/F1159/F3604 on the ISOGG tree as R2a4 and F1758 underneath it as R2a4a. Note these are different names than the ones in the FTDNA nomenclature (they are using R2a2 for F1092 and R2a2a for F1758).