To do a more fair comparison, I think you want to check “Remove tiny cells” in RipIt4Me, as Slysloft mentioned that AnyDVD removes more “junk” cells compared to other rippers.
Showing the warnings in DvdReMake Pro from different rippers is not enough. You want to show how much “junk” cells have been removed as well in the Programs pane (from the beginning to last cells). Show the Cell Commands pane as well. To minimize the amount of screenshots needed, you can paste the Cell Commands and Programs panes over the DvdReMake Pro right-side window in a graphic editor. In the Programs pane snapshot, you can remove the middle cells if it doesn’t fit in the DRMP window. Do this for the ARccOS/RipGuard VTS only.
From the Detonator comparisons, looks like CloneDVD2 removes more “junk” cells than AnyDVD ripper by looking at the size. Looking at the warnings, the unreferenced cell commands are not removed from these 2 products in VTS 2 domain. As Slysoft explained, leaving them there has no adverse effect as they are not referenced by any cell. However, removing them would make it more “clean”.
I thought DVDFabDecrypter has fixed this case “Program x points to non-existent cell y” already. Easily fix in no time.
FYI, the warning “Infinite loop. Command points to itself” has no playback problem as it will never execute due to the condition being false always. But it’s better to remove it just to be safe.
Have you compared RipIt4Me with PgcEdit PSL2 plugin wizard? The result probably is the same. Haven’t tested yet.
Either way, no ripper is 100% perfect and “clean” as new protections come out but you can always clean it up with DvdRemake Pro.