You can watch a 9min clip here.
Paternal haplogroup ("traces to France and Germany"):
Anyone care to speculate what that is? The foci in eastern India and absence in parts of NW Europe and the Balkans throw me off.
And what of his maternal haplogroup ("Northern Africa" "pastoralists" "Berbers"):
I would have guessed U6 or M1, but the focus east of the Caspian throws me off again. 23andMe may have potentially very large sample sizes, so perhaps their frequency maps may be even better than ones published in the literature, so I'm genuinely curious what this might be.
Various other info: his dad "top 1% Neandertal", no evidence of "Asian" or "Jewish".
Anyway, onto the main course, i.e., the new Ancestry composition:
One thing that I like about this is the assignment of a portion of ancestry to a "Nonspecific Northern European" group, which is a feature I haven't seen before. I am told that this feature will launch very soon, so it will be interesting to see how well it works across many individuals.