deeper - 10:15 am on Oct 14, 2013 (gmt 0)
As I already mentioned four posts ago, the user question is already answered:
"The contextual internal links make all sense for the users, they all have a correct descriptive anchor. They are not confusing or distracting the user due to their number. I am confident we can can "tick" this and therefore I think about SEO."
So the links are already "what's best for users", wether using "KW1" or KW2, in BOTH cases. And as I revise the content and the pages are long you really can believe my ability to satisfy them. This should satisfy Panda too.
Regarding humming bird and what JD_Toims said about it, KW-anchors are not dead, but they need more confirmation, for example by surrounding text with related phrases. Furthermore the whole topic of the linking page and the whole site may be considered, but this is not new.
Penguin? On the average 8 or 10 internal contextual links for a page shouldn't be a matter of penguin.