Some of you guys are pretty unrealistic about the testing they should do. There are an infinite number of crash scenarios in the real world. Different angles, speeds, loading configuarations, etc. They can really only pick a few tests that most closely represent commonly seen crashes and replicate them car-to-car the best they can.
And they should have made the new frontal offset crash tougher. It was to the point where almost every car out there got a "Good" rating - the best possible. What was the point anymore?