I don't know about that. I follow that site, and 99% of the time the direct screen captures they post are spot on with how the color timing is displayed. I don't agree with the reviews many times, but the screen caps are certainly a good way to gauge the color timing, or artificial looking DNR. There are a few instances where I bought a movie on BD hoping it wouldn't turn out the way the screen caps presented it, and then when it ends up looking exactly like the caps provided I curse myself for throwing $30 down the drain. Color timing is a make or break deal with me concerning movies. If it looks off to me, it is garbage. Game over. I'm thankful that site exists to inform me of what I'm getting into. Now there are other sites that post screen caps that are wildly off, and I have never trusted them, and never will, as they are spreading misinformation.