Depending on the reader, some people found theta is great, other find it ridiculous.
We tried to have the most unbiased comparison between dslr and theta. This was the only aim with that.
* Photographers will probably always choose DSLR as it is the way to go for good quality. Nevertheless, it has a learning curve.
* Real estate agent that just want to show quickly their goods will probably always choose the theta. Because it is easy and cheap.
The comparison was about that, help you to find the right tool for your type of use.
My point was that the DSLR/lens combination chosen for comparison was 'silly', unrealistic, unnecessarily costly, and the price stated was not correct as far as I can see.
If you wish to make such a comparison at least make it realistic and accurate.
I doubt UK real estate agents will ever bother with panoramas and tours for typical low end and mid range properties.
They typically use 'aggregate' sites - I think in the US these are called multiple listing sites - which present properties from many agents - and AFAIK none of these supports PT/krpano tours directly.
They were not persuaded to invest in decent photo images when the market was in slump in recent years. Now there's a property boom and sales are easy they are even less likely to invest. I think UK real estate agents operate on much lower fees that those in many other European countries; 1-2% of sale price achieved, charged to the seller.
And the typical UK estate agent would struggle (even) with a Theta on a monopod. And we know that the Theta is better used outdoors than in.
And who is going to create the tours?