I just want to point out that the tested bottle was from 2009, which they do admit contained aldehydes (no idea if they admitted it then, but they do now). The formulation was changed in April 2010, and it does not work the same/as well as the products that still do have aldehydes in them. It does not get all hair types as straight, and it does not last as long.
I'm anxiously awaiting the test results of the bottle they are currently testing. If that one is shown to contain aldehydes (or chemicals that convert to aldehydes with heat), then I'll join you in the bb bashing.