A new thread would probably be the way to go.
In that 2004 test, the Titanium Innovations CR123's didnt seem to fare well in most tests. But this is the 1st time I've come across this thread, but I've read other CR123 test threads that seem to say that the Titanium CR123's are at least in with the 2nd tier of batteries with Ray-o-Vac, Energizer, etc., but that some batches actually test as well or better than the top tier batteries. So from what I read, the titanium CR123's now come out anywhere between the top 2 tiers of batteries consistently.
I've been using them more than any other brand for about 10 months now, and they seem to last as long as any other brand, and I've had no issues whatsoever, and I've bought like 4 different batches of them.
Is it possible that back in 2004 they were sub-par, but now they are consistently good?