"No option to split midi drum clips by note row". You can split MIDI drum notes, using Drum Racks and its Extract Chains option. Even if you are not using Drum Racks for sounds, you can just load one temporarily somewhere (even grouped in a temporary Chain) for splitting.
Also, clicking on the actual black or white keys in the piano roll will select all the notes of the clicked note (shift for multiple, drag-selection works too) for the entire length of the Clip, it may be easier in some situations (especially with "Fold"), with Ctrl+X shortkey ("cut" instead of "copy").
"Ghost clips" is not clear to me, but multiclip editing was added on Live 10 (and there was a M4L device even for 9) and there is a M4L device for "alias clips".
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"Track manager" is not clear to me. In Live you can browse saved Sets (I mean, inside saved Sets), and browse Projects, which are the folders that can hold multiple Sets.
So, is a Project a "track"? Is a Set a "track"? Depends on the user. You can make multiple songs in a single Clip in Live (using Instrument Racks to load multiple instruments and split the keyboard,using Simpler, Drum Racks and Looper to load samples, etc). You can make a song per Scene. You can treat a Project as a album, and Sets as songs. And so on, multiple ways of organizing stuff in Live. Personally, I wouldn't like a "track manager" that ends up delimiting what a "track" is to just a few things (or worse, one thing).
But you can browse and manage Projects and Sets just fine (besides the Browser, Live also has a project manager).
"Event list" simply doesn't fit Live. It is basically for micromanaging MIDI events. It doesn't add anything to a realtime workflow, and doesn't add much to non-realtime editing either. Live clearly avoids things that lead the user to engage in repetitive OCD-like micromanagement, they won't add such features unless they also add some great functionality to Live. "Event list" doesn't.
"No mixer in arrange view" is mere personal preference. But things like Yeco and Touchable Pro (which load in Win/Mac in addition to mobile) are basically alternative custom GUIs for Live. The mixer in particular is nice in those apps, better faders than Live's triangle-in-a-ruler.
"More clics to open a plugin or assign a CC" seems like a exaggeration to me. I used Reaper and other DAWs before Live, don't recall them being particularly faster (than each other or Live), don't remember Live feeling particularly slower about it when I had started using it (and had only Intro with cheap and freeware VSTs back then). If it is slower, I doubt it is significant.
"No possibility to undock stock plugins" is a trade-off, devices being always in the same place on the DAW's GUI (and being designed for that) has its advantages too. I find myself wanting the opposite (dock plugins in the bottom panel) much more frequently.
"Dummy clips for automation". It is not clear to me what is being criticized here. Live users call "Dummy Clips" the Clips that contain only automation/modulation (with no audio or MIDI notes), but they are an extra option, automation or modulation doesn't depend on them.
"Poor midi editing". "Poor" is debatable, you don't even need to actually edit MIDI in Live to do a lot of things that are done in the "piano roll" in other DAWs. In Live you can change velocity, note length, transpose pitch, change scale, swing, quantize/humanize, all OUTSIDE the MIDI editor (and that's without M4L, with M4L things get really crazy). People tend to focus on the "piano roll", but that's not the only place for MIDI in Live.
"Automation doesn't follow notes move". If you select and move "time" or a MIDI Clip it does move the automation together with the notes. It is relative only if you edit the notes inside the Clip (though if you select time inside a Clip and "warp" MIDI, it actually affects the Clip Envelopes, including automation in Session View).