from my initial glance it is way to busy.
Change this plate, change that plate, move this screw weight, take this weight.
Perhaps you remember from another site, there was a putter that was presented that had 3 holes and came with a bag,iirc, 6 weights. At the end of the day it ended up in that pile of designs that while unique were not embraced by the consumer.
The hosel adjustable driver has sold because with a quick turn of the wrench one could quickly dial in a loft that worked. Simple.
15 minutes at the range, a bucket of balls, done.
If you can't expect the majority of golfers to take the time to take lessons, what makes Wilson think that their consumer will take the time consuming process to optimize this driver when the other O.E.M's provide a more simple process ?