What do you all think of the testing methodology?
I'm personally a fan of delta temperatures and I would suggest not going beyond the decimal point for temperatures. I'm a fan of keeping it obvious, if something is really different in experience and not within the margin of error.
About the review itself:
I don't mind the lack of a purely scientific approach, since you are lacking the expert equipment right now, but I like what you did that you could do with the gear on-hand. The comparison to the only other true competitor is also important. While most other reviewers would focus on it's non-perfection in regards to 200$ ATX PSUs, I like that you could put it in an SFF-builder's mind-set with most of those questions answered. Like the cable's flex, lack of ATX adapter or the characteristics of the semi-fanless with the Silverstone's weird noises in mind.
The photos are also very clear and I love that they aren't "barrel-distorted". Some are at a very high level of quality (lighting, sharpness, lack of distortion) and are top quality in review land.
Also the number of photos is spot-on in my opinion, without devoting to identifying every single component in there.