I agree, it's just that the phrase "in my little world" translates to "expanded universe." It's not in the movie, so it's not canon. Neyo's troops didn't have standard clone helmets in the movie, and therefore, the Target clone is expanded universe.
Neyo's troops weren't even shown. The second clone riding with Neyo is command rank. He looks like he's the same damn model as Neyo to my eyes.
Cut scene=non canon.
I know cannon/non-cannon is a debatable beast, but under my own personal view of EU, I don't really agree with you guys' statements there.
Under that reasoning, the visit with Padme's parents in AOTC (on the DVD) is EU. If that's the case, the middle-aged couple and small children following Padme's casket in ROTS could be just strangers, if we've never seen them in final cuts of the movies before and thier names or relations aren't communicated on-screen.
My take is that if it made it through development and was trimmed from the film for pacing reasons, there's no reason to not consider them legit. I could reason that Neyo's troops were designed out as much as any other platoon that was developed for Coruscant, Utupua, or anywhere else. They're just not on screen because they have to reason to be for the story.
Uh, not that I've seen a finished model of the Neyo grunt.