2, 3, & 4 don’t look too bad, but there are some significant problems with 1.
You’ve got some color fringing with the lights, which tells me you either did a manual correction with them or the color manipulation blew them out.
There’s also a problem with the grain structure; there’s a lot of color blotching in many parts of the image. This is likely due to the very thick grain in this scene on the original print, but many walls and objects have very poorly resolved color.
It also is significantly darker, which crushes a lot of the facial details in the scene, Neo and the postman’s eyes being prime examples.
This isn’t to say your results are poor. I understand that these are supposed to be a source to reference for a proper Blu-ray color restoration, and that job is fulfilled pretty well in the later screenshots. But DrDre’s tool isn’t an end-all be-all solution for a single-pass regrade of a film. Scanning 35mm introduces its own biases, and some scenes like this one have heavy generational loss that will require their own tactics to resolve in a way that resembles the original material.