These were only really used for 2 things. One was to check if the operand matches the phi if it exists. The other was for the createOp method to build the reduction.
For the first case we still have the operation we just need to know how to index its operands. So I've modified getLHS/getRHS to just use the opcode/kind to know how to find the right operands on an instruction that is now passed in.
For the other case we had to create an OperationData object to set the LHS/RHS values and copy the opcode/kind from another object. We would then just call createOp on that temporary object. Instead I've made LHS/RHS arguments to createOp and removed all these temporary objects.
Ultimately, I'm just trying to familiarize myself with this code so I can figure how fast math flags should work. Thought I'd try make some improvements along the way.