At least this is what a commentor on Throckmorton's claims.
Someone commenting under the name "Win" has brought up the issue of the ESV and it's false rise to success. He/She claims that it "is a far graver issue than the geographically isolated Driscoll situation." While I disagree with the thinking that the Driscoll situation is 'geographically isolated', I agree that the ESV situation is graver.
Here is a link to the comment: Win's words on the ESV
(note: posting this mostly so I can find it myself later)
(note #2: yes, still planning on finishing my critique of the Songs study guide.)