Steely Dan, that is an interesting review. Where did you read that this was a "bible", because that has not been any part of the advertising for this book?
Steven Low makes no claim to being an expert. If you don't like the advice, you need not take it. With the wealth of information in this book, most people look beyond the credentials as the information is 100x better than any other text on the topic. You also clearly did not read the book description before making your "purchase", which directly addresses your criticisms:
"Thus, there are very few sources of true bodyweight strength programming available. Most of the information is in the heads of high level gymnastics coaches who do not have the time or inclination to write down their thoughts. Similarly, knowing progressions for exercises alone does not necessarily mean that one has enough knowledge to implement effective programming. "
Also, photos also have their own intrinsic problems, and I actually thought the mannequin drawings were much more appropriate. Building the Gymnastics body shows us how horrible a book can be when it relies on photos.
The book does need another round of editing, as others have said, though most people who have reviewed here concede that the information in this book is so novel, and new, and terrific, that this is a small problem in the scheme of things.
I also find it odd that your review is so in depth, without you having purchased from Amazon, when this is the only place from which the book can be purchased. It also seems like you did not take the time to read this book, as with other books you have reviewed, since many of your other reviews seem to be similar to this, in that you have taken a cursory look at the book and post a misleading review. For example, do you REALLY think this book is only 1 star better than Felon Fitness and Solitary Fitness?
It seems to me that you have an agenda to push You Are Your Own Gym, which is also written by a "nobody". I would say it is better to be fair about reviews than it is to post bad reviews when you didn't really give the book the time of day, or have another agenda working for you.