One of the important parts of that article beyond the A00 was the use of Kong et al.'s new mutation rate that was published last year:
One of the results of using a reasonably accurate mutation rate like the above is that dates derived from it match the archaeological evidence. So the previous claim of geneticists that OoA occurred ~60kya is more or less doubled to ~120kya, which fits the finds of tools in the UAE dating c. 125kya and the sapiens remains c. 100kya found in Israel. Previously geneticists just explained the latter away with BS conjecture, but that's no longer necessary.
And of course this means that all of the age estimates for the splits of the various Y-DNA and mtDNA haplotypes need to be adjusted using the new rate.