Well, you have officially stumped the reloading troll under the bridge. Never heard of this round before. (!!) A quick Google reveals it to be a proprietary round of a small company, which could mean that if the company goes belly up, you could be screwed. I have trouble believing this round can do anything that the mainstream 6.5 Creedmore can't. In addition, they seem to make light of the fact that the runout of the case and the loaded round is critical, which means that you better have all the expertise and equipment necessary to load these rounds with less than 1 mil runout. If you don't know exactly what I'm talking about and all the steps and pitfalls involved, then you are already DQ'ed. You'll need a Redding bushing competition resizing die, and Redding bushing competition seating die, and I'm not even sure Redding makes dies for this caliber. Plus the RCBS runout gauge, and unless the brass is dead perfect formed, you may have to neck turn the cases too.
The other thing that I find suspicious is that they claim that seating depth is not a real issue, and just stuff the bullet down enough to touch the powder. Ummm, so why do all benchrest shooters know EXACTLY how many mils it is from the ogive of the bullet they are shooting to the lands of the rifle?? I call BS on this one. You ALWAYS should know how much room the bullet has to accelerate before it hits the lands. The difference between a bullet seated 10 mils back and one jammed in the lands with a hot load could be a sizeable piece of your face.