PDF to PCL Converter questions

I am evaluating the pdf2vec program and have a couple of questions before we purchase it.

I am attempting to convert a PDF file of a blank form to PCL format and the PDF has a small logo in it that prints out fine from the PDF but is quite distorted (seems to be missing a lot of it) when printing the PCL file that was converted with no command line options.

If I add -enablepv2r and -pv2rmergetext 100 then the logo looks much better. The problem is that the PCL file has grown from about 68k to 888K in size. Also, the form seems to have been reduced in scale just enough to throw off the alignment of data that I am trying to print on the form. I can go through my program and change where the data prints but would like to avoid that if possible. Also, the larger file seems to slow down the printing of the form.

So my questions, in order of importance, would be, are there command line options that can:
1. Preserve the original logo quality?
2. Reduce the size of the PCL file (68K vs. 888K)?
3. Keep the form scale the same as with no command line options?
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