This affects 184.108.40.206 with an image whose Rect does not begin at (0, 0).
The image in the sample project (Dropbox, 3.2 MB) is the result of transforming a subsetted image (one where the Rect property was used to make a "virtual crop"). Applying the transform (Fill Sinks in this case) has "netted off" the subsetting; in other words the virtual crop is now actual; the new table only includes tiles that are shown in the new image.
On the other hand, since the exact coordinate system of the original image is used for the new image, including its local offsets and scales, the exact Rect property is also copied, and does not start at (0, 0). The Rect property for both images is '[ 41000, 54000, 42000, 55000 ]'.
All that is as expected.
What is unexpected is some display corruption, when the Transform pane is opened for the new image, and a transform is selected for preview (any transform wll do it). Several image tiles are not rendered. With this image it is always the same 3 tiles that do not appear. The "missing" tiles can, however, be Alt-clicked (then they reappear); and their contents is used in the transform result.
(Only tested on one machine so far.)