I would welcome a presentation / research / study on the sensory aspect of foam rolling.
My fear is the next revelation will be that perceived benefit, as observed in sensory response, is as great or greater than actual benefit to tissue. This being detrimental to the athlete who defaults to a roller when confusing tension of the area between the ear lobes with musclo-facial concerns, or one rolling who has actual musclo-facial tension but its sourced in CSVD (Competitive Sphincter Valve Dysfunction)
The CSVD term is borrowed from the guy who didnt credit me when he stole my beach ball / golf ball anology.
I am seeing an explosion of in-competition rolling and my unscientific view is that its not a good thing.