I might be splitting hair here. But I'm not really of the opinion that having MLB teams worth $500 million requesting data is game changing.
If & when the "little guys" start utilizing this data that will be game changing. I have friends coaching that make less per year than what 2 of those units cost. Heck, I have friends that don't have the budget to pay for the PG subscriptions. When that guys changes his recruiting based on spin rates or extension I'll consider this game changing.
Very very cool. The top of the top will probably really benefit from it. The majority may never flinch. I can't remember a coach saying "that kids exit velocity is awesome!".
Like I said before, time will tell. I hope it helps everybody.