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Its primary flaw is that it is incapable of the sort of surprise that AGWers are positing exists: non-stationarities resulting from non-stationary forcing processes such as CO2.
When modeling the effects in a statistical model, one would start by assuming the forcings are additive: X=A+B+C, but obviouly that is the simplest possible model, no lags, nonlinearities, interactions, non-stationarities, etc.
The test is relatively impervious to data non-stationarities and artifacts, setting it apart from other measures with unparalleled sensitivity.
The drawbacks are related to the precision of the control signal and to the robustness to the non-stationarities occurring in the EEG.