We will only know when some real world riders (us) try it and report back. The ultimate point where you will "know", is when you try it yourself!
Until that point, it's all speculation and opinion.
Well, let's see from Ducati's perspective:
The average owner of a 1200MTS is 45 years old.
For 80% of MTS1200 owners, that was their first Ducati ever.
Now the rest, what we can assume:
Of this 45 year old average owner, how many that make this average rider take the Ohlins suspenders to the point where they are really giving something EXTRA to the rider in terms of performance? And how much time of the riding time they ride at that point?
The Sachs Skyhook gives more all the other times, perhaps not at the edge, where the Ohlins are probably much better, in terms of FEEL (pending a real test here) not necessarily performance. But feel is what we want and perhaps need when we ride on the limit, right? So you lose some, you get some.
But the Sachs Skyhook is giving overall more to this older more settled new customer of Ducatis. Which are now offering a more touring version of the MTS. So, on the average, Ducati may be succeeding for most of their customers, moving forward with technology, maintaining technology leadership.
But my real point is: I wish they offered the Pikes Peak on Ohlins suspenders. But I can't deny that I'm curious about what the Sachs Skyhook brings to the ride in terms of comfort and why not, stability. And overall, this is the direction Ducati is going, for this new customer to the brand, on this particular bike.