This concerns answers to my question Biden 'fake' interview: video of Biden's hands appearing the wrong side of microphones
The most up-voted answer gives as evidence a Snopes article Was Biden Filmed Talking to Press in Front of a Green Screen?
The problem for me is that a photograph at the start of that article clearly shows the fuzz of the grey microphone in front of Biden's right arm, whereas the purpose of said article is to demonstrate the mic should be behind his sleeve.
I have similar arguments concerning the other evidence provided in the answer.
A recent comment hints that the most up-voted answer gives a convincing argument and should be accepted. I'm unwilling to do this without voicing my doubts.
To properly set out my counter-arguments to the claimed evidence would require visuals (it is after all a question about visual appearances). I don't think I can satisfactorily do this in comments. In any case, comments aren't the place for discussion.
I'd like to accept an answer but don't feel able to without voicing and clearing up my doubts. How should I proceed?
(a) Go into great detail in comments
(b) Make my own answer that refutes the evidence given in other answers (I would prefer this)
(c) Something else that I haven't thought of