I know that Liteys sometimes apply no WOPC at all. (but well… are you 100% sure than with OHT enabled, TYG03 is burned @20X without re-calibration? I’m baffled…)
But I’m not sure what you’re trying to say.
Without having access to high-speed burns performed in these burners, I have no way to know if these burns would pass my own testing, and that I would consider them as having benefitted from “really good control of high-speed burns”. Based on my personal experience with various burners and WOPC I doubt it, but I can be wrong of course, my experience with Lite-On drives is very limited (1963S: scanning only, died after 3 months | 165P6S: bad burns, defective, returned it | 20A1P: bad burns, defective, returned it ).
I’d need to see consistently very good @20X burns of TYG03 in a Lite-on burner, without any kind of recalibration applied during the burn, to change my mind about this “theory” - and when I say “very good burns,” in my book it’s not a single pristine @4X scan in a Lite-on drive. I want perfect reading curves in picky drives, 100% standalone compatibility without any stuttering/skipping, and acceptable (not necessarily very good) PIE/PIF/jitter figures in [I]any[/I] decent scanner (Lite-On, Benq, Plextor), at any scanning speed.
Among the three burners that I have here that can burn >@16X (LG H22N, Samsung SH-203B, Pioneer 112D), only the Pioneer produces high-speed burns that [I]consistently[/I] meet my criterias above (these 112/212/112D burners have a PIF spikes issue sometimes when burning at high speeds, sadly. But I personally haven’t experienced this issue yet - knocking on wood ).