1. Is love always salvific? Answer? Yes. Since what is at issue is God's decree to election and reprobation, the first decree in the logical order of the eternal decrees, God's love of the elect is always an eternally unchanging decree to save the elect. Justification is an eternal decree although it is not applied to the elect in temporal time until after they are regenerated and converted. The proof texts for this would be Romans 9:11-13; Revelation 13:8. KJV or NKJV versions. God knows the end from the beginning and God's eternal purposes are eternally unchanging and immutable. Isaiah 46:9-11; 53:10-11.
2. Did God hate Adam before the fall?
3. Does God love the reprobate angels?
4. If love is always Salvific then God the Father never loved Jesus from all eternity.
Finally, simply making the charge of hyper-Calvinism and calling one's opponent a hyper-Calvinist does not make it so. The term needs a precise definition. From the indications of our opponent it would appear that he or she thinks Calvinism itself is hyper-Calvinist.