It looks like an orientation issue to me. How did the non colorized point cloud turn out? Something could have happened during your flight to trip up the pre processing software and throw your orientation off.
Was there anything notable about that flight ie high winds, drastic movements, or exceeding the recommended horizontal speed after your final high velocity calibration?
You can change the orientation values in PCMaster/Painter to see if your point cloud snaps into place. I usually adjust by 90 degree increments as a starting place.
The pre processing software does a really good job of determining the proper orientation most of the time, however it can be tripped up and confused by certain types of movement and/or changing the orientation of the R2A.
Last question. How long did you wait for static alignment pre and post flight? I like to give 30 seconds of static after I hit start and 30 before I hit stop.