I don't really, but it looks a bit like some people do:
It is shown that the results of a previous analysis, which suggested a likely positive value for the short-term cloud feedback, depended upon combining all-sky radiative fluxes from NASA's Clouds and Earth's Radiant Energy System (CERES) with reanalysis clear-sky forecast fluxes when determining the cloud radiative forcing (CRF). These results are contradicted when ΔCRF is derived using both all-sky and clear-sky measurements from CERES over the same period.
This reads a bit like a criticism of a previous Dessler paper, and the man himself had plenty to say during the open review process. Which based on my armchair viewpoint, seems to have worked fairly well in this contentious case, which is ranked highly on the "most commented papers" list. Whether it is the end of the matter, remains to be seen...
Anyway, ESD seems to be turning into quite an interesting journal.