I won’t not consider adding these details, but I’m generally disinclined. This table necessarily compares wildly dissimilar tools, with wildly different workflows. The sorts of details you’re listing are, in my opinion, wrapped up in those workflows. I suspect there’s not enough context to make these proposed columns valuable—they might really just be noise.
I think the value of this comparison is as follows:
1) it’s pretty exhaustive in terms of the available options, so you can be reasonably confident you’re not overlooking a product you were unaware of
2) by using the table and its links as a jumping off point, you can begin to whittle down which sequencers you might be interested
At some point, you have to leave the table behind, and deeply research the sequencers that remain of interest. These tools are too complicated, and your needs are too deeply personal, for a mere table to add much more light.