A couple of pixels cannot be considered significant
The submitted logo is the same one that is found on the official media pages and website of the project, no editing has been done on it before submission to the list.
How does the challenger respond to the fact that the submitted logo comes from an official source? If the submitted logo is good enough for the official media pages of the project it will be good enough for the T2CR.
Even with that considered, the so called imperfection would still require a good amount of zooming to be visible, as the challenger himself showed, having to provide a zoomed in version of the logo to make his point in his previous evidence submission. It would be a matter of a few missing pixels, this is the reason why the old policy was changed, it is precisely to avoid challenges like this one.
Both these points should be enough for the jurors to reach a consensus on this case, in the hope of avoiding similarly wasteful challenges in the future.