To the OP:

You do realise that the publishing date on THAT 'codex' is listed in the document properties as 2009, making it likely to be one of the PRE-launch revisions by GW.
There is a story that GW marketing didn't like the direction Matt Ward's codex was going, so they took it off him and re-did it. They then asked MW to write a battle report with 'his' codex (sorry, if it was a film, it would now be "Alan Smithee's" codex) and he told them to get the work experience chap who 'finished' it (rewrote it).