No it won't, actually. They deal exclusively with the ethnicity estimates, and completely ignore the cousin-finding. It's a hit piece.
Ironically, when they compare the results of the twins, they actually come out fairly close, for the most part - it's not that bad - and all the results from the various companies show them coming from the same basic places (which are apparently correct). AncestryDNA even pegs that they have roots from Sicily.
So their results - even for the relatively hokey ethnicity percentages - are fairly decent, as these things go. But they obsess about how the twins results aren't EXACTLY the same for the twins (even though they admit that their measured DNA isn't EXACTLY the same - probably due to imperfections in the measurement process), and like I said, they ignore the real genealogical value altogether.
There's no objectivity at all.