I couldn't be arsed digging up the thread on here where Ben said it, so I'll c'n'p from globalpsybreaks. Do you doubt that Ben knows what he's talking about?
Psybreaks covers a very wide range and means different things to different people. Four main types:
1)Made by psytrance producers and basically sounds like psytrance with a breakbeat, typically in the 140s bpm. Mood Deluxe is the classic example, or Scorb "Ipso Fvcto"
2)Chunky electrobreaks/electrohouse which borrows production ideas and squizzy noises from psytrance: Far Too Loud, most Broken Robot releases, Kiwa, Hedflux, some Robosapiens.
3)Progressive psybreaks: Nuskoolbreaks/techfunk/progressive-breaks origins, epic evolving builds and breakdowns inducing hypnotic trance states. Effortless trippiness. This went on quietly for years before anyone thought to call it psybreaks. Chi Recordings is quite a goldmine for it, Sinister Recordings were the masters (now deceased), other Robosapiens, Plastic Shell, Amb, Skein, Omar Santana, also although I wouldn't call BETA or BSD psybreaks exactly, they often have the right sensibilities to fit in this category.
4)Glitchy electrobreaks/dark electro: from Espion and Marc Adamo at the more accessible end, via Butter Party and Kilowatts, to Lawgiverz, Jnr Hacksaw, Tipper, Skeetaz, SOTEG, Mr Rogers... Addictech is the place to shop for glitch and what I like to call "psywonk", tho it often descends into a game of Dodge The Dubstep....
I understand there are different styles within this basically tiny microcosm of a genre, I'm just questioning the need to pigeon hole them at all, and perhaps the pernicious nature of doing so. On top of that your quoted post is basically putting a whole bunch of producers who definitely don't make psy breaks into the psy breaks category which seems rather counter productive.
For example I can say that I like 48K because he doesn't resort to hackneyed squelchy synths that sound like every other psy trance tune but instead manipulates his basslines in a way which is genuinely interesting and in contrast to most 'psychedelic' music where the bass is anything but.
Hedflux moving into deeper and more minimal sub bass powered tech territory is also very welcome imo.
But I'm talking about actual sounds, not some rather general nonsense about 'effortless trippiness'