Yes, follow the 2nd & 3rd link in Post#5 and you'll find guides for both methods.
When burning a RMPS copy some emulation info is stored on the backup disc.
But this info can only be utilized when RMPS emulation of Alcohol or DAEMON Tools is active in the background.
Twinpeak copies don't need emulation at all, but success depends on the drive.
There are several programs, but their functional principle of DPM is basically the same.
There's no "short cut", so try different speed settings.
You can check the quality of the DPM in a graph.
SecuROM discs have one or more ranges with non-standard sector density - something you'll usually not find on recordable media. I've attached examples of clean and a "noisy" graph.
But even an apparently clean graph can fail the SecuROM check whereas one with little noise passes.
In the end it's safe to say: the faster the copy starts, the better the DPM was
Still, it's mostly a good first reference point.
To view a graph in Alcohol right-click your image in the list -> Properties -> Extra Info