So, I worked the problem and almost came to the same solution. But, VsubCE = VsubCC - IsubC*RsubC. And I calculated 4.05V. It's not in saturation. IsubC is 16.1mA by may calculations and IsubCsat from the PDF is ~0.2V. What I don't understand is the key's VsubCE solution. They are taking the (what I calculated as) VsubCC and subtracting what I assume is the normal forward bias Voltage drop across the PN junction. But it is Reverse Biased! The circuit is not saturated so shouldn't the Voltage C to E be almost the full 3.35V? I did come to the conclusion that no parameters were exceeded.