While he may or may mot be a troll, i think it can only be of benefit not to dismiss him as one.
I would say from his posts that generally speaking he , or he and others feel like they are sitting on information that it would be better for consumers to know, but that they feel their hands are tied to one degree or another. I think there are ways for them to have these concerns that bypass the worry of breaking an NDA directly, but they rely on trust of the m2 testers we have and equally from this groups posts i feel like they do not trust the m2 testers for whatever reason to carry and execute this burden.
I think there is a lot of emotion, a lot of frustration. A desire to have their concerns vindicated. They may be wrong but i cant dismiss them out of hand.