I have similar thoughts on the 2011 Bingdao from TU: hard on the stomach, not very dynamic, and overloading on floral. It does seem to have some legit quality BD material though as some sessions can be really good. Anyways my SOTD is the 2017 CYH Ancient Arbor Yiwu Brick that LP sells, acquired from tw auctions. This thing is ridiculously compressed...takes like 4 or 5 long brews before it starts to open up. It’s not overly complex once it gets going but does have have some nice lingering sweet notes. It’s decently thick and has some nice cooling. I’m feeling some energizing caffeine and a bit of qi this time that I had not noticed before. The main problem I have with this tea is it seems to be uncomfortably green and harsh on the gut. Something as compressed as this will also take decades to accumulate any sort of age in most western storage environments. Looking forward to have more time for tea now that finals are over.