Hi there [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] Trying to help you then...
My advice, is to look at all of these.
Test Configuration gives you just overview the number of virtual users and which scripts were executed, and iterations. Test Audit Log - verifies the responses for each user. For example: if you checks the point, was the page loaded or not. Test Error Log Is normally shown when the TCP connection for some virtual user could not established, or when there is some other problem. Test Summary snapshot gives the detailed overview of the task execution. How many times took the task for some number of virtual users, how many Bytes were sent during this task etc. See the manual. HTTP Data List will specify, the Bytes count for each URL. This is good, when you have to find out were the pictures actually loaded from the page or not. Timer list is the most useful information. From there you can find out timers values for each action. Of course in the script you have to set the timer. This timer is represented in that Timer List. Depends how configured the task group (Number of virtual users for Timer results:1; generate timers for each page: enabled), if it is that way then there's for each user (for each action) timer value.
Graphs are needed (from my point of view) when you have to visualize the picture or some protocol, for instance: protocol for the client.