It says high and low discharge rates.
I won't read into it things that aren't there, but can imagine if they've had success in a wider range of discharge types then it's a good sign.
As for positivity, if keeping too close an ear to the ground it sounds like you're getting the excitement of watching grass grow.
I personally have a positive perspective, of looking back on "today" in 30 years when my kids are at this age to tell the equivalent to running 3 big car batteries of, their shift forward in size for the future will be lighter, more range, more versatile power control within legal limits for more terrain... integrated with dynamo hub features for similar size and all weather conditions, and more importantly wider population usage for better separated cars from bicycles from pedestrians space to operate.
Recreational: BBSHD 100mm on fat bike through a Rohloff XL, soft programming gentle on the hub, pedal only and long range capable.
Civil duty: Corratec 29er Diamond Trekking Bosch Performance Line 400Wh Alfine 8sp, auxiliary battery port.
History: Front hub SS 200W, China E-mtb 200W, 3x A2B Metros, Commuter Booster beta, 2.4kW d/s w/DD kit, MAC 1.5kW road/flatbar 1250Wh EM3EV frame batt, BBS02 750W d/s MTB 1250Wh frame batt. All sold (except A2B Metros).