I have some doubts/questions about the new BH model. This model gains popularity, but does it make any sense? Q1. Assuming the extreme time dilation inside BH, even tiny anisotropy after the bounce leads to HUGE (billion years) differences in the time of the visible explosion. One can argue that the "bounce" naturally "synchronizes" the matter, but: Q2. Infalling matter after the bounce can and should destroy the perfect symmetry Q3. ... and rotating BH definitely should have a difference between the equator and the poles. Note that all realistic BH are almost over-extreme, so rotation is very important. So there should not be gamma ray burst all over the BH the same second, instead, the explosion could be smeared to millions or even billion years. But if it is so smooth, the first outcoming rays/matter would be sucked back by the gravity, and we won't see a gamma ray burst at all.