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I want to underscore DMW's point about bias in reviews.
Lots of people in the business of reviewing things are actually in the business of self promotion. Youtubers, bloggers, and even forum and reddit posters are incentivized to present their material in a manner that drives views and clicks rather than in an unbiased, fair manner. An accurate review is likely going to essentially boil down to "If you like x, y, and z, then you should convert to PF2, if you don't, then stay where you are" which everyone already knows and is pretty boring. It's so much more entertaining to play up the controversy between The One True Opinion and The Obviously Wrong Viewpoint.
Sure, there will be good reviews out there, but it can be hard to tell which are which. Best to give the rules a good look over with your own two eyeballs before discussing it in a rational manner with your group.