I felt that way too. But granted, there wasn't much commentary on the why's and what's of how these pieces were chosen, from the website. But, not knowing who and why they chose the pieces - well, that is what left me unmoved.
For example, on the topic of the 5550P, this is the kind of post that interests me:
But then again I am a nerd. And Mr Anish probably wanted to go for quantity of pics over quality. It's just that if I were the one documenting an horological experience that blew me away, well, I'd do something like this (my post at PuristSPro about the guided tour of the Patek USA facilities that I took with a few friends):
But again, I am a nerd.
Funny aside if you didn't catch this yet: a couple of weeks after I put up that thread, I was asked to take down pics of the minute repeater haha. Apparently the owner of the piece saw the thread and preferred not to have those pics posted. I suppose it was easy to infer that there was only one 3974J perpetual calendar minute repeater with a rare champagne dial being serviced at the Patek facilities at that time, if you were the one who actually owned the piece. Haha!