Nothing stands out to me, personally. I would have expected a few more tests than that though, specifically B6, B12, Vitamin D. I'll have to take a look at my own bloodwork to see what else was tested that might have been missed. Those three are the fairly important ones I can think of off the top of my head.
Good luck with the Wellbutrin (I just caught up on that thread.) Some things work for some people, others don't. The most important part at this point is to just take the medication religiously as prescribed, since it will take several weeks before you can really say "it works" or "it doesn't work".
Typically, with any med, you'll start on a low dose to check for side effects. After 4-6 weeks there will be a followup, in which case the dose will usually be bumped up if there aren't any adverse side effects. From that point, based on whether it's "working" or not, the dosage will be titrated up or down. If this one doesn't work for you, they'll try another one.
Also, the studies say that medication combined with CBT are more effective than medication or CBT alone. Just something to consider.