I was disappointed in their Form 3 review - they missed a bunch of things that users in the forums discovered. They really just barely scratched the surface with the printer.
Reviews are probably just fodder to create more YouTube content with little concern for actually doing a solid reporting job. Too much like reality TV for my tastes. Adam’s “favorite tools” episodes have far more errors and recommendations for downright poor tools that I’ve stopped paying much attention to them. Must be tough to come up with 1+ YouTube videos per day, even with several supporting actors. Maybe he’s worked through his “TV money” and looking for another revenue stream.