Yup, the thread that keeps on giving.
Seems to me there are a few people missing its point. Which is not to convince unbelievers that countersteering is fact, but to point out that learning to countersteer actively ie. to use what might seem like excessive countersteering to accentuate steering response is a useful thing to do. It gives the rider greater control, especially at higher speeds and when wanting to make rapid directional changes. True for me.
Don't believe in countersteering? Try the technique. You'll like what it does even if you don't accept the reasoning behind it.