I think you have the files you need. ROM, + Framefile.txt, .m2v and .ogg files. I have seen rips that result in many more sound and video files (with a .txt framefile to match–and it works fine) but this is what you need.
A couple things worth noting:
The Daphne Loader on your PC doesn’t get the files off of the DVD. It merely verifies you own the DVD and decrypts the large video files that it downloads in the background (via Bittorrent). The .bf files are the encrypted versions. You don’t need them once they have been converted to .m2v and .ogg. Also, you often find .DAT files accompanying each of the media files. These get generated on the fly at first run (parsing). No need to copy them over. In fact, it’s better if you don’t. They often work as-is, but the .dat files are indexes which can be different on different systems (endian issues). No harm in letting Daphne rebuild them.