The booster list looks good.
I would suggest the following format on the main page:
Manufacturer, Model, Nominal Current, Auto Reverse (y/n), Throttle Bus, OptoIsolated.
Nominal current, because they often advertise one value, but that actual output is less, like 5A but in reality, it can only deliver 4.5A.
On the sub page, I would suggest Man., Model (combining both PN and Common name), UPC number, URLs for the manufacturer’s product page and manuals, combine SW and FW into Firmware Upgradeable.
Release date, EOL date, predecessor and successor are fine.
For details, Nominal Current, A/Reverse, throttle bus, Optoisolated, then supply voltage, waveform (AC, DC, AC/DC) followed by Track Voltage.
Not sure if track voltage could be just a Yes/No answer to “Selectable Track Voltage”, or if it could be something like the NMRA S-9.1 which suggests N/Z, HO/S/O, and Large Scale, selected from a drop-down list.
Maybe add a RailCom y/n to both lists, as some boosters have the cutout built in.
Is it possible to format the pages in that manner?