Well, that's just what all Intel SSDs would be like after you installed an OS on it. You can have better test results if you don't use it as the system drive. It's certainly not quite a problem, and of course there is no bad flash chip.
Windows 7 will automatically recognize if you have an SSD by sending requiry about the speed of the drive. If receiving a return of 0, Windows knows this is one SSD drive and will make some changes in settings to optimize for this bad boy.
As to TRIM support, there it is in Windows 7 but will not function unless your SSD has a working firmware to cooperate with it. Intel hasn't released one yet, but rumor has it they will be there when Windows 7 is officially released to retail market. You will need to flash the drive with the new firmware to take advantage of TRIM once it's available.
In all, don't worry about anything, just enjoy it
I can confirm that the test result looks absolut normal to me too.
With regards to the FW update, will I loose my data and config when I flash it? Although I doubt it I'm not 100% sure on this.
No, you will not lose your data, just follow instructions for the update when released.