Not too good. Too small a contact patch. Did you get an instruction sheet with the gears or do you have a manual with pictures of different patterns? If so, follow those instructions. If not, add about .015" pinion shim and check the pattern. If pattern looks better, add or remove about .003" at a time and recheck. If worse, remove about .015" and recheck. Always reset the backlash to specs each time before checking the pattern. If I remember right, start with about a .025"-.030" shim. Wrap a shop rag around the yoke, grab each end with one hand and pull on it to create drag as you turn the ring gear to get a pattern. You want an oval shaped pattern centered on the tooth with some yellow showing all the way around, indicating that the pinion gear contact point is not running off the edge of the ring gear tooth.
Rears can be a pain in the a$$. How about the coast side of the pattern? We can only see one side. You'll probably spend an entire day doing trial and error with the pinion depth (shims) before you are happy with it.