Kind of a unique idea for a study but heres what was kind of odd in my opinion. (on a side note, i conduct exercise physiology research, so i may be a little more critical than most people)
The individuals in the experiment were given a meal that consisted of carrot cake and a milkshake. The milkshake was what differed in the fat content. So in my opinion, this is where the study is flawed. Different fats in the presence of insulin (which would result from the sugar in the cake and the milkshake) have different effects. So this research is really showing that in the presence of insulin caused by high sugar intake, that saturated fat is not all that it is cracked up to be. If we really wanted to see if it was purely from the saturated fat or the unsaturated fat, the subjects should have been given only the fat and not anything else that would alter the effects.
I also didn't check who funded the research, but if it is coming from the american college of cardiology then you deffnitely want to check who funded the research as this can sway the resluts big time.
cool find, thanks for sharing! Hope that helps