Surely this is a research note, not the 'finished' profile. The person making the edits, informed the pms of changes.
The profile has been basically untouched since it was created several years ago. It documents what has been checked/found.
The last editor (today) took time to check the ancestry tree source, found it to be private. It didn't therefore add any information immediately. (though the tree owner could be contacted)
Then a will abstract was found. I agree that the abstract would be better with a fuller citation (who abstracted/transcribed it) Nevertheless, this is only a note and there are full details as to the origin of the will. Using this one would be able to contact the courthouse for further details (and in many cases this would be necessary, not all records will be digitised)
However, because of the detail given, it didn't take long for this reader to find an image of the will ( and I've never looked up a US will before )
"New York Probate Records, 1629-1971," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9YC1-HR1?cc=1920234&wc=Q7PR-4WL%3A213303101%2C214071701
: 28 May 2014), Seneca > Wills 1804-1838 vol A > image 94 of 664; county courthouses, New York
Maybe this was the next step for the original note maker. This research note section was only started today.