Spend even a 1/4 of the time they spent on that Rock Island (900$ worth of gunsmithing) on the TSO and you will have very different results. He does make very valid points. But most of them will have zero impact on the style of shooting you are doing. For the shooting like USPSA, these are easily rectified. Evidenced by the glowing reviews by shooters who actually shoot them. Details like slide profile: yes it's more difficult to rack than a 2011. But not all that much. Put a big thumbrest on a 2011 and try that. Take the thumbrest off TSO and its not hard to rack.
But none of that matters in regards to this video, because what this video is, is a sales video. It is a man trying to sell you something. Pretend this is the guy at the gunshow trying to earn money to feed his family by selling you a gun. If you go to a video by a guy who sells Honda hop up parts and service, you can be assured that he will recommend a Honda over a Toyota.
(Or tuned Honda over a Porsche in this case).
I am sure the RI tuned by them is an excellent gun and product, as all their stuff seems to be, but I doubt you are going to see a long line of CZ owners waiting to trade theirs in!