I've got the really small V-Drum kit as i'm limited on space and what a kit to always be set up ready to use (TD-1KV), and i don't have any issues after i've spent time with re-mapping. But i generally use it with Steve Slate Drums*. Even then i've found that the hi-hat and cymbal zones seem to be reversed as to what is expected coming in. Yet the cymbal chokes work without adjustment.
But yes, i don't know why all v-drums don't work straight out of the box with plugins that have v-drums as a preset option. You'd think they'd follow a commonality for straight up toms, hats and kicks wouldn't you!! (?!)
Also, one thing to remember on the scripter (As all MidiFX Plugins) is that it is processing after the piano roll/sequencer, so you can adjust those mappings on playback too... Not just on live recordings, as you will see the actual data recorded by logic will be the raw data coming in. If that makes sense. It makes it easier to map without stretching your arm to the drums like superman!
*If interested you can get SSD5 with one kit for free - https://stevenslatedrums.com/ssd5/#SSD5FREE
well worth getting while it's available, fully featured and has multi-outs.