The issue is that if we encourage with it, low quality musics will be floating around soon, exactly same as what we have seen with MP3 128kbps.
OK, and why are you so afraid of low quality musics floating around? Afraid you won't find APS on Kazaa?
Besides, if anything, my 128kbps tests serve to prove no format is identical to the original at 128kbps - at least, there has never been a 5 score at any of the 12 samples tested, much less at the final plot. So, I'm really having a hard time figuring out your point.
If these tests are for non-audiophile users then we are doing a disservice by not making them aware that they shouldn't use any of these format at this bitrate, as they are not transparent. Again if it is targeted at the developers, I don't think this is the kind of test that they need.
But I still believe it would be a good idea to put some sort of disclaimer together with the test results in order to avoid any confusion.
What disclaimer? "Hey, 128kbps IS NOT TRANSPARENT, YOU F00!"