My only comfort in the Taylor dismissal is that there was a remote chance that the ball was hitting/clipping the leg stump and the onfield umpire gave Taylor out. Rightly or wrongly (probably should have been given the benefit of the doubt), that was the on-field decision that was made. Remove all the technology and, as they say, read it in the paper.
My beef is with the ICC, who, in their wisdom, decided to accept the predicted/computed path (i.e., something that hasn't actually yet happened) as "evidence". That said, it looks like Virtual Eye somehow didn't plot the actual path of the ball correctly in this instance. Something's gone horribly wrong there, I think.
I'm sure there'll be a lot more discussion about the Taylor dismissal on air tomorrow.