First of all, a great thanks for the work put in to create this extensive detail of issues Red Bull have had in the last years @mnmracer!
Please guys @freelittlebirds, @jonsan, just cut the bickering. Its no fun, you won’t convince each other and its just the kind of thing that shuts down discussion on forums all over the internet.
I think from the data provided, its safe to conclude that its still very much true that Adrian Newey looks for the boundaries of what can be made, and the whole team is pushing the limits too which causes a relatively high amount of technical issues (and team glitches). But it also makes the cars blindingly quick more often than not, or at least enough to win championships.
Last year, I would say the McLaren was faster. But the team pushed their luck with pitstop issues and mechanical failures and Red Bull won. Ferrari was the more reliable of the 3 top teams lately, but not quite as fast.
As for a difference between the teammates Vettel vs. Webber, I do feel that the issues come up slightly differently and have different effects, possibly a result of different driving styles as well as Webber being bigger. Overall I see no ground to conclude that Red Bull provide Webber with less of a car than they do Vettel (apart from THAT wing in Silverstone), although the car at its peak performance fits his driving style a bit better.
And there certainly is a difference in who most in the team favor to win (Marko being the clearest here), but Mark telling the world about being a second driver is as much about pushing himself up as it is about his real feel. If not, he would not have been at the team for 6 season.