Think it's great that projects like this are being undertaken... same as the proper reconstructions of tombs and cairns. If a circle can be more-or-less accurately re-erected according to the original holes I'm all for that.
I always try to 'expose' the orthostats of the tiny upland circles I come across in Wales by removing excess grass etc... to try and stop them sinking even further into obscurity and 'who-gives-a-damn land'.
Thank you for your kind comments. We consider it a real privilege as amateurs to be allowed to investigate and then excavate the sites we work on together and a huge bonus when invited to assist our local archaeologists with their projects. And of course SO lucky to have such 'ancientness' (Bodmin Moor) around us to do it on.