You will note that these are the changes I stated earlier. They give up NO centrifuges. They have 19000 operating.
They neutralize their stocks of 20% back to below 5% - takes about 2 weeks to make it 20% again. They do not create any new 3.5% (they already have enough to build 4 bombs once it is refined to 95% - a matter of about 6 weeks with the existing centrifuges. The "unprecedented access" is mostly an onsite inspection of centrifuges and their components. Since they aren't needing any more centrifuges to handle a weapon construction -big whoop. Actual inspection of Natanz and Fordow is remote - they are going to allow IAEA to look at cctv footage. I have long since accepted that Iran will eventually have their bomb. They have the knowledge and the infrastructure and there is no going back - what irks me is the number of hard headed idiots that keep parrotting the silliness about them not wanting a bomb. No one goes through what these leaders have put their populations through just on some principle of rights. Neither do they go to the expense of hardened underground and redundant facilities for enrichment just for electric power generation. But heaven forbid we admit - even in the slightest way - that someone just might be correct about their ultimate intentions. You're always bellyaching about money - hope you get wallet shock when the mullahs decide to play around with the price of fuel just because they can. When they have an arsenal of weapons they will be untouchable - just like crazy cousin Kim in NK. Only HE doesn't sit on a chokepoint for a huge amount of the world's oil.