Thanks for your great effort.
Here is my findings :
1. HTC Write protection disabled
This works great
Removed both wp_mod2.ko & init.d script to load it... I can confirm the HTC write protection now disabled.
Updating busybox with no problem
2. Enabled swap support. (if you make a swap partition, it should get used. But need testers)
I don't need this feature, so I don't test it.
3. Default scheduler "noop" (I've always liked noop better then all others)
"noop" as default is shown in the attached screenshot
4. HTC perflock disabled (SetCPU does some magic when perf lock is disabled. Test n report)
No idea how to test this
5. Default Min set to 245 Mhz (My liking)
I like 245 Mhz too but I don't see it in both No Frill and CPU Spy (see attached screenshot)
6. Enable KSM support
Don't really need it but will test later with my old KSM init.d script
7. Default governor "ondemand" (later you can select whatever you like e.g
"ondemand" is shown as default.
8. Ext2/ext3 file system support. (testers needed)
Don't need this so I do not test
9. Aren't above enough ???
Well... it's enough for now... maybe later s2w feature ? Maybe you can contact maxwen (One V kernel dev) for assistance.
I maybe wrong but I see that the init.d support is not enabled in your kernel. All the above test I ran it with my own ramdisk.
M8 - 1.54.707.7 - TWRP 18.104.22.168
M7 - 5.12.707.3 - TWRP 22.214.171.124