Chris - Not sure what you are looking for or what you consider DNA evidence to be.
I consider the Results Table to be the "dna evidence". Whether a man's results have been compiled into a Lineage (with other men who share a recent paternal ancestor with him - typically called a "match") or are being held in a group which has no match yet in the project is information - both results are valuable
I did check your yDNA matches and see that you do not have any matches in the Moss surname project at this time. However, you do have a very important match (GD=1 at 37 markers) with a man with another surname. Suggest that you also join that surname project while staying in Moss project. To me, the yDNA evidence for you at this time is that very important match
The FTDNA "Public Pages" include the earliest ancestor map - for the participants who have provided the info. However, I see that the maps have no info right now. Hopefully, that glitch will be fixed soon. http://www.familytreedna.com/public/moss
Note - there is a strict standard of privacy in DNA Testing. As a project - we DO NOT divulge the name, contact information, birth location or any other personal info about project participants. (It is completely ok for a participant to divulge this info) DNA Testing participants are provided the name and email address of their matches.