@gboutin It's your choice if you don't want to accept the MS explanation. It's your privilege to believe the error classification is incorrect. But that's the data that Microsoft provides, and the explanation that goes with it. I have no trouble accepting it, and proceeding from the understanding I outlined in the original post to this thread. If you don't like it, you might want to jump up on the Feedback Hub and share this perspective with Microsoft there. Who knows? Maybe they'll do something about it.
Best wishes,
--Ed--