The point is, this is not that big of a deal. Some people in this thread are talking as if the scouting services run our drafts, and that couldn't be further from the truth.
It would be like a company using consultants to help them identify potential takeover targets, and then choosing to use a different set of consultants. The information they provide you is just baseline stuff, weeding out the wheat from the chaff. You still have to use your in house staff to do due diligence before honing in on your target.
If we suddenly become more or less successful with our drafts, who we have used as a scouting service will not likely be a significant reason for the improvement or deterioration.
Ultimately not, though I do think it's at least a little significant if it gives Gettleman the info he needs in a format he prefers.
I'd agree that it's the decision makers who really matter. You could give the same info to Dave Gettleman and Marty Hurney and get entirely different reads (and results).