Well, let me say this...
The right rear wheel seems dominant. This might because of the direction of rotation and the way the limited slip differential engages.
I pulled into the parking lot this morning and there's a nice large frozen puddle. So, it being slow here this close to christmas, I go out there and do a little experiment.
I backed onto the ice so that my left rear was on ice, and my right rear was on asphault. I put it in drive and drove right off of it.
I backed onto the ice again, but this time my right wheel was on the ice, and my left wheel was on asphault. My right wheel spun and I had to put it in 4 wheel to pull off the ice.
I know it's call "limited slip" but I think the direction of rotation places a bias on the transmission. This may also be the reason behind the "right rear, left front" condition.
Just my thoughts. I'm not a professional, or even that smart for that matter, LOL