Does anyone have an idea on how this supposed "state of the art" bunker actually works? I've heard many times that the bunker uses different footage to what we see on TV, yet the bunker commentary matches what we are seeing on the screen so how does that happen? Seems like half the time they take 20 looks at something obvious and the other half they make a decision before they have seen the best footage or alternate angle which then appears on the screen when its too late. The James Roberts try late night was the latest example, they looked at the fuzziest crappy footage 4 or 5 times and declared not enough evidence which was fair enough based on that footage. 30 seconds later channel 9 replay it again with new vision that clearly shows the knock on. It was only replayed briefly once but I was watching on delay so went back and watched it a couple of times, clear as day. How could they not get that footage in the first place, isn't that the whole point of the bunker?