This is talking about Whole Body vs. Separated Body. I thought that you would just be able to freeze the entire body and then it would be in preservation until unfrozen. I don't see why you would have to reconstruct any part of the body from this, unless somehow the freezing of the whole body slowly was damaged throughout preservation? In the article it says it's best to do a whole body preservation, because memories are most likely also storied within the original body, I don't understand why you would have to reconstruct an entire new body and even separate it in the first place. It seems to me that the article is talking more of preserving the brain in order to keep memories then then put it in an entire new body, and in the persons case he is saying that it is best to preserve the body and not just the brain as the body would most likely be holding memories and what not just as the brain does.