This is good news. Without all the data, it is merely my opinion. With all the data, i learned a long time ago that i need a large audience of trained eyeballs to do independent evaluations. In fact this is a great way to train Grad students.
My favorite analogy comes from mining exploration were i often pointed out that a significant number of important discoveries come just beside the road into a mining district. Two of Canada's best mine discoveries happened literally on the Trans Canada Highway. It was all about the eyeballs as each discovery was made were every other trained eyeball had passed through long before.
Scientists need to learn humility and encourage inspection and and open discussion. Surprises do happen. The mind is naturally dismissive when faced with oddity and all succumb. Thus repetition is totally necessary..