Mike, I'll thank you not to speak for my dyno testing, especially when you haven't seen the results yourself. The BOS has exceptionally fine and linear adjustments, but it also has a very limited adjustment range, and such high levels of HSC that it's no surprise that it's excessively harsh on a lot of frames and for a lot of riders. It certainly isn't what I'd call "head and shoulders better performing than anything else". It's great in many regards, but it isn't perfect, and more notably, it isn't well suited to all frames (even with the "correct" tune).UDI...
Dynos do not lie and when Dynod a BOS shock is head and shoulders better performing than anything else. Makes a Vivid look like a toy!
You should also be aware that Udi is both a BOS owner (in fact, it was his shock I dyno'd!) as well as being one of very few people who's ever seen actual dyno testing results of a Stoy. I think you may be wasting your time trying to tell him how good his shock is.