OK no problem.
The compatibility notes are great info, just don't know yet how to value the framerates.
It ain't easy like Windows + Accellerated 3D graphics benchmarks.
For VGA 320x200 on anything Pentium and above, It hardly matters what card one uses. First it is the CPU that is holding things back, but when the CPU is fast enough framerate gets above 60FPS and then it doesn't matter anymore.
VESA modes: a K6-2 (stepping 8+) or Pentium II allows LFB write combining so you can get double the framerate at the cost of one line in your autoexec.bat. Like, why would anyone not want to use this free power? And it kinda shows how CPU and BUS bottlenecked all of this is. Because the videocards give double the framerate by just changing a CPU feature, not a videocard feature.
So I am looking at your result tables and wonder which differences are significant for the videocard, which are irrelevant and which are bottlenecked elsewhere...
Personally I tend to use Voodoo 3 and nVidia cards in all my retro systems (except, of course, on the 486 VLB which has a cirrus logic)