The first, and the more obvious, is that PAFC's Manager, John Sheridan, has never had a fitter, healthier squad to pick his team from - a fairly predictable consequence of using a scientific test that helps prevent overtraining and detects infections up to 48 hours before a player even knows there might be a problem.
But the second remarkable thing is even more satisfying - both for Plymouth Argyle and for us at Knight Scientific.
We discovered it at the Spring Conference of BASEM, the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine, where we were fortunate to meet the UK's leading sports scientists and team doctors from a glittering array of Premiership football teams.
One after another, they told us how they'd been watching Plymouth Argyle's experience with the test unfold on Twitter, LinkedIn and our website - and despite being leagues apart in terms of the professional game, they saw Plymouth Argyle as setting an example they were keen to follow.
But every single one of them had heard of John Sheridan, Plymouth Argyle's Manager, and it seems he's even more widely admired than he could have imagined.
Football's a small world, perhaps, and especially at the sports science and team doctor end of it, but it's nevertheless refreshing to realise how highly the key people in the League Two club are regarded by their Premiership counterparts.
Delegates at the BASEM Spring Conference on underperformance and the fatigued athlete were impressed by John Harbin's presence on our stand poster as well as by John Sheridan's pronouncement that the ABEL-Sport test was "a really big plus" for the Plymouth team.
Plymouth Argyle has been using the test for 26 consecutive weeks - the first professional football team to use it long-term - and the leadership it has shown has inspired some of the UK's top Premiership teams to show a serious interest in using it themselves.
How satisfying it must be for Plymouth to see its football team setting such an enviable example to the rest of the professional football world.