I had the exact same issues with the modern Lionel switches I recently purchased, #6-5166 & 65. The pre war/post war 072 or #711 do not have these issues. I had all these issues; the switch points are too high or too wide and do not sit flush against the opposing rail causing the wheel to catch on in causing derailment, or the grooves along the guiderails are not deep enough causing the flange to hit the bottom plate causing the bouncing through the switch or the frogs is higher that the outside rails causing the engine tp slide across it as the rollers come in contact with it. Mine had all or at least two of these.
Some guys file the points until they are flush. Some even deepen the grooves along the guiderails with a Dremel-type tool and still some re-mill the frog to get it even with the outside rails.
I did none of these. Instead, I got rid of the Lionel switches and switched to the K-line 072 switches pictured above and found myself post war 711 switches. The trains run as smooth as silk through the K-line switches. I cannot even tell they are going through a switch, it sounds just like any other piece of track. I took a loss on all of the Lionel switches but the satisfaction of running trains without these issues was worth it.
By the way, the post war 022 switches do not have the same issues and nor do any of the modern 022 switches I own.
I do not know how much Lionel knows about them but I did e-mail them my experience.
Just my two cents.