Thanks for the Happy Birthday.
Your given reasons for pessimism are understandable,but mostly irrelevant if not plain wrong. For instance, you mention "absolute lack of patient outcomes." Not true. Some direct patient outcomes have been reported by Alcor, and if you read the Declaration of a Cryobiologist and elsewhere on the CI web site you will find many citations tending to justify some degree of optimism.
For example,synaptosomes are freeze-hardy, and brains are less sensitive to cryoinjury than kidneys. And when Pichugin applied old CI methods to rabbit brains years ago, after thawing he found coordinated electrical activity in networks of neurons.
I understand that your time is limited, but you have spent many hours criticizing SA and Kent. (I personally disagree with CI's web site purveying too much positive feeling about SA. I think that, for a much lower price, any member willing to do a little work could make better preparations.)But it is just as important, maybe more important, that you have a clear and defensible rationale for your pessimism, and you don't.
And you are still equating "neurological damage" with "no chance." Damage is not the same as destruction.