Breath holding (BH) allows to immobilize organs during radiotherapy treatment of lung cancer. Deformable registration methods applied on 3D Computerized Tomography (CT) scans acquired in BH can be used to evaluate the breath holding reproducibility. Resulting 3D vector fields could then be used to adapt internal margins for each patient. In this work we compare three non-rigid registration schemes with Gaussian, linear-elastic and Nagel-Enckelmann based regularizations. As we do not dispose of gold standard, we analyze vector fields by several operators (transitivity, symmetry, volume dilatation, Jacobian). Experiments were based on clinical data sets of two patients: one with normal lung behavior and second with lung discrepancies which lead to bad BH reproducibility. Results show that none of operators allows to clearly highlight the superiority of a method, except for convergence rapidity and Jacobian.