Um, no. Before Firelord there had already been three Back in Time CDs and Nexus 6581, and many remixes of that kind were already getting yellows or less. Unfortunately the CDs tend to get airbrushed out of history at times when they're actually hugely important.gotta remember when firelord 1st came out there was still simple sid to midi remix's with the drum patterns changed a little and some more "modern" synth sounds floating about getting orange faces and so forth
As for DHS, I left him off the list for the same reason as Instant Remedy (though I overlooked Clystron): they're brilliant at taking pieces into certain styles, but since they add a lot of personality to the mix, they're not what I'd term definitive. Excellent, inspired, brilliant... but not definitive. Of course there are probably obvious exceptions.
Also, the musical public actually doesn't work the same as musicians do: tunes which hit the imagination often go timeless: lots of people do technically superior versions over the years (better production, more intricate), but mostly the definitive version is loved despite its faults. That's why some people still love SID above remixes.