These pics certainly do raise the bar for brute 1080p performance. That said, I hate to be the stick in the mud to say that they are still not "perfect", even despite the evident hf detail. Nevertheless, it does take it to a level that we very well should hope all other transfers aspire to.
Believe it or not, there is a kind of noise reduction still at work. This could be one case where it is arguably intelligently adaptive to the point where we must acknowledge that its use does not necessarily have an impact on the native detail of the image. What I'm saying is that the nr is clearly acting upon only the extreme black and white range. It seems to be doing VERY well in leaving the visible middle range untouched (it does creep in a bit in areas that are naturally soft, but the hard detail areas are very intact). Therein lies the rub- it would be very hard to look at these pictures and then build a case that dnr (or some other low-pass filtering) has had any negative impact, whatsoever. It is all in the extreme black and white range, and I challenge anybody here to visually see into that range (using your own eyes on the native image) and notice any change in noise signature between the middle range to the range extremes. If you can, then kudos to you, and you will be one of the few to continue championing true pixel accuracy whether it is level 0 or level 255.
Honestly, I'm not trying to bash anything about this. On the contrary, it is the most extreme and well done case I have seen in any of the screenshot expositions for any movie done, so far. I guess I am just giving note that there is even more going on in these samples than just the evident, extreme pixel-by-pixel detail.