I tried to make the records other than ‘NS’, but I could not create the ‘SRVs’, but I was told by the hosting provider that they were not necessary.
When I ‘proxied’ ‘CNAME’ and ‘A’, then a) other records with the same ‘content’ issue a warning and b) the email does not work.
Personally, I’d get rid of the AAAA records, as they’re just duplicates of the “A” records and it’ll be less to maintain. The “ipv6” hostname probably isn’t used.
I’d also get rid of the “ftp” entry. If you actually use FTP, it’d be best to connect to the IP address instead.
A few records should be Proxied: the first “A” record for your domain name, and the ‘www’ CNAME. That should clean up most of what’s going on for now.
a) the warnings are normal because you host other services on the same server as a proxied website.
b) email doesn’t work? If your ‘mail’ record is DNS Only, email will work. Just make sure your mail apps point to the ‘mail’ hostname to send and receive, instead of the naked domain.