My only concern is the fact they are a FW unit. I have no FW units and I'm not sure everyone in my play group would accept them in our tournaments. (They tend to make heavily house ruled tournaments).
I printed the first page out and litterally highlighted the underlined parts(Is it possible to "highlight" text on ATT?):
"This document provides rules updates for a wide selection of Forge World Tau Empire
units previously covered in early Imperial Armour books.
Each unit entry indicates which Force Organisation Chart slot it may be selected as,
which Codex this applies to, and the document as a whole bears the ‘Warhammer
40,000’ stamp. This stamp indicates that the units are intended to be used in ‘standard’
games of Warhammer 40,000
, within the usual limitations of Codex selection and Force
Organisation Charts. As with all our models these should be considered ‘official’
owing to the fact that they may be unknown to your opponent, it’s best to make sure
they are happy to play a game using Forge World models before you start."
I show them that and point out the highlighted parts, and they shut right up...
Edit (instead of making another post...):
Do you guys want me to post a battle report video utilizing some of the stuff from the update?
In the games I have played recently, I have been using Sensor towers to twin-link my Pathfinders, Hammerheads, and Suits. I have used the new Long Barrel Burst Cannon (against orks, dear god that was fun...), I tried out the Melta cannon (didn't have good luck with the scatter...good on paper, but a melta small blast just wasn't cutting it for me.), and I played with the Plasma cannon yesterday (killed a squad of Marine Bikes in one shot. Good stuff.) And of course I have been using the Tetras.
So I ask again, would the work going into creating and editing a battle report video similar to those of Miniwargaming.com be worth it?