It's a pretty interesting problem honestly. They want to give their impressions of the show they just saw while its fresh, but missing another conference isn't great. You can largely blame Ubisoft for going 90 minutes long, something they certainly didn't expect, and for the PC Show slotting so tightly between other shows. (Ubisoft started at 1PM, PC Show at 3PM)
if they skipped right to the PC Gaming Show, then people would be equally complaining that we didn't get to hear their post-ubisoft discussion.
This would be a great discussion Cup of Jones-style, though I'd like to hear Kyle's open thoughts on it. Picking between live reactions and post-show discussion is tough. I'd argue that EZA's post-show discussion is something that very few outlets do and a unique advantage. Doesn't take the sting away from not getting Huber+Ben's reactions to playing as a shark in Man Eater.
Some open communication from the Allies after E3 would be great. We're going to see more complaints and issues with their day 1 to 3 discussions. Spending 30-45 minutes on one game, and then 10 minutes on another, I remember it pretty well from last year. If Blood/Kyle acknowledged that they have very short time, say they'll cover X game more in depth later, or any sort of communication acknowledging the situation it will do a great deal to help.