From what I gather, many people recommend (for most modern drives) that even if a drive does support C2 errors, it's better to disable in EAC and let EAC handle the error correction.
With the cache disabled it took about 30-40% less time to do the rip too which was nice.
Also have "spin up drive" checked
The detect read features routine is not reliable in determining whether FUA is working. It's been a while since I last revisited the subject, but you can search for previous discussions either here or at digital-inn.de which has a dedicated thread on -usefua.You might also want to review the information in our wiki.All that aside, you should be good to go.