The available tabs depend on which drive you have.
The Advanced Disc Quality tab is only available for some BenQ drives, such as the DW1655, DW1650, DW1640, DW1620 plus a few others that I don’t recall.
The TA Jitter tab is only available for drives with MediaTek chipsets, such as LiteOn drives. The TA Jitter will only work with drives that are of the 5S generation and later (e.g. the 1635S and later) and only with firmware that supports jitter scanning.
POE = Parity Outer Errors
Error correction for DVD media have two layers, the first being Parity Inner and the second being Parity Outer. PI is used for detecting and correcting most errors, but those errors that fail PI correction (also know as Parity Inner Failures or PIF) are run through the PO layer for further correction.
In the drives I have available that can show POE, it’s clear that you can only have POE for an ECC block if there are PIF for that ECC block, i.e. if there are some bytes that could not be corrected by PI.
There are no official limits for how many POE you can have for a disc to be OK, but there must be zero POF (Parity Outer Failures) because a POF means that the data could not be corrected, and that the drive will have to re-read the sector to try to get it right, or a data layer error correction must be used for correcting the error (if such a layer exists).
It’s very common to have POE error spikes of 200-400 per 8 ECC blocks. I have had one or two discs with zero POE out of all the dics I have scanned for POE, but usually even the best discs have a few POE spikes of about 100 POE.
You don’t want to see massive clusters of POE!