My suggestion is: don't bother.
Seriously, if you want to break the deal, don't get into it.
If you want to buy a property, look for an inspector who will give you an honest evaluation of the home and its systems.
By the way - most "deal breaker" home inspectors? They have a little game going called, double-up. They'll trash the first house, figuring that they've earned your trust, and then they know you'll hire them again. Problem being . . . maybe the first house was really okay to buy! But, so what - they got two inspections out of the deal. Maybe more!