Have you tried showing up in person at the convention and then providing your own feedback? As opposed to opening up both posts with name calling and your caps lock key glued down?
I've rarely seen any decent debate on a subject begin with your approach. Hell, one could just look at any past presidential debates the last few cycles, or congress.
I have no opinion to weigh on this topic as I don't pitch. Generally speaking though, in effort to see actual debate on the topic, do you really think that someone who performed actual scientific research in a controlled setting (whoever USSSA used to perform the tests as I don't think Andy, DD3 and Wegs are hitting bp with a radar gun and writing down notes) wants to have a debate on the subject of the study with someone who used a stopwatch and youtube while passing time on an airplane (also generally interested in the story of why you travel with a stopwatch)?
Again, I do not know what the controls and calibrations were of the actual study so I am unable to comment on it. However, you yourself acknowledged that your's was informal with no controls (your study did not have the actual distance pitched measured, did not have the actual pitch speed, did not have the actual swing velocity, and also uses an outdoor environment likely to have multiple additional variances as opposed to an indoor enclosed environment with strictly controlled repeatable conditions). Additionally, your "study" only looked from a very minimal level at factors in play. For example, I did not see in your parameters where you took into account the increased forward momentum to to increase pitch velocity and its impact on a pitcher's ability to change direction to backup after release. Personally, I don't know what that impact would be but I do know fastpitch and baseball pitchers do not have time to backpedal after pitches. Obviously, a slowpitch pitcher would not be generating that same level of forward momentum but there would be some increase which also needs accounting for.
Despite all these deficiencies in the control of your "study" you have come on a message board that is not USSSA run or affiliated and attempted to "debate" the heads of the organization on an outside study which they paid for. This would be the equivalent of not agreeing with Dodge's safety tests for a vehicle and then going on a car forum to try to debate its CEO.
As I said, I do not know the parameters of the study performed on behalf of USSSA. While I appreciate your passion for the topic, I would venture that a "study" done on an airplane with a stopwatch while watching youtube (with no confirmation of distances, velocity, and outdoor weather conditions) would be hard to consider anything than a "fake crap 'study'".