I think he means that it's bunched up into one paragraph and looks like a pain to read to find your main problem.
Well I thought about the same thing about buying my cyclocross bike. I was first thinking about hybrids, but I put extra $500 bucks on Kona Jake and I love it.
People always say this often, and I agree that you should spend as much time as possible about choosing the right bike for you, and after a while, one bike will pop up into your head, and that's the bike you should buy. You shouldn't buy a bike that is not satisfying for you, neither does it mean you must stick with the bike you don't like. After a while of thinking it over and over again, an answer will come up either to stick with your bike, buy the Trek 2000 or get the Opus Sequence.