Well Chaim, of course I have.
First of all, my impression is that the wines that were selected by Gat and his colleague as the best they tasted don't reflect in my eyes the objectivity they claim their tastings to have been conducted with, as it feels that they rather reflect more the not-so-objective preferences of the reviewers themselves who are known to me as being part of what I like to call the "little bubble" that us israeli "wine people" are part of (you and myself included).
What I mean is that the best wines being attributed to Ido Lewinsohn (for his Garage de Papa wines) and Eran Pick (Tzora) might be, IMHO, the result of a little bias and awards distributed to friends rather than real, fully objective reviews. But again this is merely my guts feelings talking and certainly not an affirmation of facts of any sort. I'm by no means saying that the '12 Tzora Shoresh Sauvignon Blanc and '12 Lewinsohn Garage de Papa Chardonnay aren't good wines, quite on the contrary! However, putting them on the podium together with the '12 Dalton Sauvignon Blanc Reserve and '12 Dalton Single Vineyard Semillon which are nice wines but, in my opinion, obviously are not in the same league takes away some of this guide's credibility.
Now, regarding the style of the notes, aside from the not quite important fact that they show very little parallels with mine, I also find them lacking with almost not any useful remarks as to the wines' structures (body, acidity, tannins). In short, personally those notes don't tell me what to expect.
One last remark, the scores seem to be shaped by some sort of "anti-Rogovism", meaning that as much as many people accused Rogov of scoring israeli wines too high, including you Chaim if my memory serves me well but myself as well often enough, what I think they obviously want to show is that israeli reviewers can be and are actually realistic about the quality of israeli wines. Realistic to such point that they'd score them not only lower than Rogov but also lower than Wine Advocate, Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast to name only these 3.
A little extreme for me but that is at least how I would describe my first impression based on those first reviews.