There is a presupposition in the ISTPQ contingent that aiki is missing in everyone's Aikido and that they have the answer.
With over one million practitioners of Aikido worldwide the amount they have had contact with is well below 1/2 of 1%.
They are unwilling to admit and meet with those that do have aiki in thier Aikido because this would not profit them to do so.
I think that the the forum should be renamed to Non-Aikido Non-Traditional Martial Arts because the ISTPQ contingent does not promote traditional martial arts like Tai Chi or Daito Ryu or Aikido.
It's pretty commonly recognized by actual experts in Taiji, Xingyi, you-name-it, that most practitioners only do 'external' copies of the actual style. I.e., it's a given that most people are not doing the "traditional" style. Tohei, to use a handy example, went outside of Aikido to learn some internal-strength skills and brought them back into his Aikido training. Then later Tohei attempted to tell people about the ki skills that a lot of people were missing.
The guy Tohei got a lot of his skills from (Tempu Nakamura) did not do a traditional martial art, either... so what's your point?