Thanks @PowerPlayer! And yes, I loved the Dunlop AG 100 back in the day and see the Angell TC 97 as a larger, more powerful, and certainly more forgiving, incarnation of that frame. I would also describe it as significantly more comfortable. In fact, the Angell 97 is one of the most solid feeling and 'plush' frames I've ever hit without feeling the least bit 'noodly'. I'm sure this is not easy to accomplish from an engineering standpoint!He said some key stuff you may have missed - To paraphrase "if you are a fan of the heritage Dunlop frames, you may want to give this frame a look" "This compares favorably to the Dunlop 100".
He's also written about it as well. I like their reviews. To ask it to be like TW is pretty picky. You are aware that TW reviews are planned out, heavily edited and scripted right? It's a lot easier to remember to cover all the bases when you actually produce a video. These guys are putting up a video camera and speaking on the racquet in an improvised manner. There is no one else there directing and it's not going to be everything to everyone, but they are fun to watch.
As for the reviews, we actually get a kick out of filming them but you are right about the bare-bones approach. I't Geoff, myself, and my VolleyCam! No editing, just whatever we come up with on the fly! And as you saw, knowing you will be watched can affect a man's toss! If you guys would like, I can post a 'blooper' from this morning which will show just how low tech things really are for us!!