Dan, my artistry and eye is integral to my profession, and the one thing I found it hard to reconcile with was the Shroud man’s elongated, seemingly ‘stretched’ arms. Eve with fall-off as the the arm contour falls away like a cylinder, the limbs seemed way to long, the head too small. But then it occurred to me that all the strain and might required to buy more life upon the cross resulted ultimately in two dislocated shoulders, probably at the same time.
Also, the blood is so clearly crimson under most lighting, and has never diminished throughout the Ages – maybe the cloth somehow lives and breathes as an organic entity, hence the skewed dating via three labs.
Just some thoughts.