Well, Fed adds to his record at 2. Chasing just Connors for weeks at 3, consecutive weeks at 4, weeks at 4, consecutive weeks at 5, weeks at 5.
Next up in another 16 weeks, he'll finally pass Pete's record of consecutive weeks at 10. That's the longest in the unified tour era.
That also leaves just Agassi and Sampras for total weeks top 10 (which he's quite a ways away).
Now we're into the 'great desert' phase of his career. Will he have the longevity of Connors to make a serious run at his records here? Nobody else has challenged Connors like this for these records before.
The one who came the closest was Agassi, and even he was still a more than a year short.
Records up at RG - total QFs (still 2 behind Connors), consecutive 3rd rounds, and 2nd rounds. He owns all the rest and is still chasing Lendl here.
JediFed, I have come a bit further in my old ranking searches and it looks very much like Lendl is still ahead of Roger in "all of the above", se my stat thread for (as yet unconfirmed) details. Hopefully I can unearth correct numbers before Federer has passed them, more fun to see him go past than to conclude afterwards.
The record for top-2 looks safe, though