Yes, seems like a fair write-up.
Overall though, for a car that's been so long in development, the reviews have been disappointing. Although it hasn't been slated, MG seem to be improving at a much slower rate than their rivals, so are just going to fall further and further behind.
Unlike the 3, there doesn't seem to be an awful lot to recommend the GS, which is a worry. Just seems, at best, mediocre; isn't sexy or distinctive enough; whilst each model isn't quite cheap enough or well-equipped enough.
And that's before you throw in the usual gripes of: lack of choice, sparse (often disinterested) dealer network and amateurish marketing.