Actually, you and I are still not on the same page.
Maybe if you can explain this question, you can tease out my wish list item.
Why does the InterMapper coding team think that the state of an unnumbered interface on a managed switch with an IP address should be taken out of "normal" green status based on the behavior of one of its unnumbered interfaces?
Fact: A switch by definition supports multiple unnumbered interfaces and is operating normally regardless of the status of those interfaces.
Fact: If I want to monitor the device at the other end of the unnumbered interface, I can do it by adding a device to monitor and it will have an IP address.
Fact: Just about the only time I would not be able to monitor the far end of a connection to an unnumbered interface, when/if I need to do so, is if that far end is an unmanaged switch. (Unlikely but even if it were true, items connected to that switch can be monitored separately from the managed switch.
Seeing a red X on an unnumbered interface is useful, but should not throw the device into alarm.
The only reason to throw the switch into alarm should relate to InterMapper's ability talk to the device.