I've just watched a video of the recent test and one thing I noticed is that comparing to other LES, like Mercury, Dragon, Soyuz, it looks really sluggy - like it has like 1.3-1.5 TWR. For pad abort, the LES should act quickly enough to get the crew a safe distance away before the rocket explodes. For in-flight abort good TWR is even more important, as the main boosters may be firing (and out of control) so it definitely must be higher than TWR of the rocket core without the payload - otherwise it won't even separate!
Is there something I missed about this test? Footage running in slow-motion? Extra-heavy mass simulator? Or do I misunderstand the requirements of LES?