I liked it when I heard it at RMAF years ago. If you know the history
between Teres and Galibier then you know that Thom's design is more "precise" and Chris' is more "musical," at least to me. I have a Teres, like it and still have it. It's mated to Soundsmith Strainguage system and I think they complement each other well. I also have an Oracle Delphi V with an SME arm which as you know is suspended. It's a great table but I noticed that there was room for improvement when they introduced the Micro Vibration Stabilizer System which damps the damping system and
reduces horizontal drift in the damping system. I was impressed. What I got from that was that Suspension system can be a source of problems as much as it solves problems.
I also have a Verdier table with magnetic suspension. It gets the benefit of suspended platter and the benefit of inertia from massive aluminum platter. I like it the best.
My view on different philosophies for that ultimate vinyl experience is that the execution of of each in such a way to emphasize it's positives while minimizing its downside is what matters. No system is perfect and you have to find what works for you. We all have different taste -- some like it hot and some, cold. There is no absolute best. There is only best for you. Choice of your TT, tone arm and pick up as well as your stand that your system sits on and the floor (concrete on earth vs wooden floor above ground) that supports the stand will all contribute to the overall sound. Of course the biggest difference maker would be what's in the grooves (how they were recorded, produced and pressed) but that's a different topic.
Galibier TT will give your a leg up on the "accurate" camp given my experience. You have to fill in the rest to make it work for the sound that you like.
Just my opinion. YMMV.