I have read through it. However, he still does not do a head-to-head comparison, or at least there is no mention of one. Basically, all we have regarding the TS2410 (and even the Bosch 4100) are what amounts to showroom lookovers and an analysis of specifications. He does give us hands-on comments about the R4510, but there is nothing in the way of commentary about using the two saws to cut wood and comparing the results.
There are things about the TS2410 that may make it better in some ways than the replacement R4510, and while the riving knife is nice, that is only a minor thing in the overall performance requirements for a good saw. Frankly, given the rather small difference in distance between the leading edge of a riving knife and a blade edge and the leading edge of a typical fixed spitter and a blade edge, I do not see how a knife could give you a monumental degree of increased safety over a splitter. As for the so-called advantages of a larger on/off switch, well, give me a break. Both switches are in the same place, and that is what counts.
I suppose we will have to wait for a hobby magazine report of some kind for a solid evaluation of this kind.