Perfection is an illusion. Or rather, it is subjective. The only way one could assert for such an elusive concept to exist is by having the entire world agree on it. As in: It can be objectively determined to be perfect. Omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence and omnianything could be described as a state of ''perfection''.
I still think that for someone to be omniscient, there needs to be a finite amount of information. I think the only way one could be omniscient in an infinite multiverse is if the multiverse was expanding infinitely at a certain pace, not already being infinite.
As for omnipotence? I'd refer to the omnipotence paradox. Unless said being/beings(?) can do the logically impossible... but I really hope not because a Suggsverse reality would be a depressing thought.
Omnipresence? I have no bloody clue how to respond to this one.
While the human mind probably can't imagine infinity or abstract concepts similiar to it, we can atleast have a basic understanding of it and come to our own conclusions.
Agree or disagree? Also, we have now turned this into a thread of philosophy. Wonderful words, aren't they? Agree or disagree. So simple, yet so effective. Then again, I was the one that started to mindscrew everyone. LOL.