Granted, I'd also love to see studio pics. But does it really matter if the drums are physically modeled? Does it matter who the drummer was that hit each kitpiece at like 20 thousand different ways?
It's not that I would love to see studio pics, but to me it would prove all claims that are being made by this company about the world famous studio that this library was recorded in. If this company really recorded in those studio's it is remarkable (at least!) that there is no image or anything on their website.
Why wouldn't they do that? It could only increase the amount of customers, so this is simply weird. No picture of the world famous Concert Hall in Berlin either, where this company supposedly recently recorded a string library.
Same goes for the drummer. Which company would work with a professional drummer(s), and not give credits on their site? To me, this is weird too.
Compare this product with the NI drummer series. A very similar product, with many of the same features, in fact, this product seems to be based and partially cloned from NI. On their site, there are pictures from Abbey Road Studio, pictures of the recorded drumkits, and names of the drummers that cooperated.
That's the normal, professional way I.M.O.
Anyone can claim anything. I just have a feeling something is not right here, like few others said too. Did he even record the samples? And you're right, it's about how it sounds. But some openness and transparency from the developer would give potential customers the feeling that they're not being lied to and mislead.
Some pics and info could take al doubt away, hope they appear on their site.