The fact that the planet was found by direct observation is amazing. So congratulations to the team, beers (or beverage of your choice) all round.
Clearly the theory of planetary formation in solar systems is a complicated and challenging field of study what with all the many different arrangements of planets orbiting stars that have so far been observed, and none like our own system, with three or four rocky inner planets and larger gas giants in outer orbits. This could be due to how easy or difficult planetary systems are to find, or to the exceptional nature of our own system.
(Umm, do I sound a bit like Sheldon Cooper? I have just been watching back to back episodes of 'Young Sheldon', maybe it is rubbing off.)