If you are concerned with total PI’s, it is the PI peaks that need to be watched, and they have far less an effect than PIF peaks. PI peaks are acceptable up to 280, and I have seen some discs play with many more than that, so you are far far away from that being a problem with your burns.
I ask about the spike removal because I noticed a quirk in Kprobe 2.4.2 that when you delete spikes, it has a great effect on the final average recorded. Your PIF Average should have been 0.01, using the rough formula of .01 PIF avg. per 150 total PIF, but instead it is 0.00. Your other scan has 273 total/0.02 avg…that seems right, and any deleted spike would have brought the average down to 0.00. Program flaw or intentional ‘honesty checker’ I do not know! . There is nothing wrong with deleting high single spikes, but it is no longer a ‘pure, true’ scan result IMHO.
However both your burns are excellent …you are choosing between Ferrari and Porsche!