There might be some issues with cell shape/skin tension, but I don't know if wing is too unclean. Some pictures look ok. But of course it doesn't look like on par with "real" race kites.
I wouldn't doubt the sewing work at all, Pansh uses modern machinery and for sure their employees are hard working professionals. But working culture, quality control and probably materials are not quite there yet?... Also I see some less than up to date design details in every Pansh kite.
In Aeolus wingtips are unusually narrow. Aerodynamical gain is small, if there is any. Effect to turning suffers and to bridle reasonably so narrow wingtips may be problematic. Canopy curve is quite flat, which also make turns slower but of course give some more projected area. Having more curve gives some more tension to upper skin so it becomes cleaner. Turns become faster and "rounder". Because of these benefits I prefer kites with more canopy curve.
Picture referring "The internal optimal strapping " at the website looks nice but it seems not the one Aeolus has
So difficult to say what there is inside of Aeolus, but probably enough support knowing their earlier kites.
BTW, it is interesting to see Chrono V2 is not very ambitiously designed in this respect, it has only simple spanwise straps. So every other rib has no support at all. But because cell count is so high this quite primitive choice produces acceptable result, and of course Ozone has cell shape very well controlled.
Lack of miniribs is at least a bit strange, knowing Pansh has used them in lower performance kites. Air intakes in pairs is a choice hard to explain.
Cell count 46 is on the lower side for AR 7. It equals quite near what FS uses in Speeds, 39 to 41 cells and AR 5.8 to 6.1. So, it is ok and near Sonics cell count.
The bridle looks best designed I have seen so far from Pansh. There is one detail which could be done better, but as a whole I don't see much to improve. I don't know about the bridle line lenghts though.
I'm very sure this kite has high performance (upwind, hang time), higher than in any LEI or Speeds. But how is the handling and how near is performance compared to other race kites, it is the question. It asks some bravery to invest near 1000 $ for this kind of kite which may be difficult to use and very probably needs some tuning.