The other thing to keep in mind about these tests is they are "On Demand" tests. Basically they put malware into a folder and used the AV's to scan the folder. These are NOT "prevention" tests. The tests that I posted previously on the site here were just that, "prevention" tests, which IMO are much more important.
I would personally rather have something that is better at stopping malware before it gets into my system, not necessarily detecting it after the fact by scanning. While my tests by no means had anywhere near the amount of malware AV Comparatives used, these "On Demand" tests don't tell the whole story as far as I'm concerned.