The review demonstrated what we already knew, or suspected. As Dr. Kane says, "When drivers are impaired, the SFST cries 'impaired.' When drivers are not impaired, the SFST still cries 'impaired'". So no matter how you perform, you will be "impaired".
The next time you need to show the SFST's mean nothing, especially for a motion to suppress, look at Dr. Kane's article and the statistical analysis of the data. The results on SFSTs mean nothing, and maybe that's what your judge needs to sustain your motion to suppress.