The Giro team wasn't that strong, they just had 7 guys there with 30 guys left then with 15 left only Kuss would be there. And that's in very depleted Giro field.
I think Koen Bouwman is a better climber than 6 of the names in this TdF selection.
I predict Vingegaard is going to be isolated pretty quickly on the climbs tbh, i.e. with Kuss there or thereabouts depending on how he's recovered from the Giro. But Kruijswijk? I get he's a sort of talisman of the team etc. but considering the outlay on transfers in recent years, I don't see how he makes the 2023 TdF team if Jumbo hadn't focused so much on recruiting classics riders.
Benoot, Laporte & Dylan van Baarle are all recent transfers who were part of that push Zeeman made towards building a strong classics team around WvA. I think it's a bit of an imbalanced squad, i.e. amazing on the flat & small climbs, whilst weak in the mountains.
It's no big deal though because that won't be what decides the Tour, i.e. it'll be Vinge versus Pogacar in a man against man duel. And I think the rider of the two who needs to be the most aggressive & spend the most energy going on the attack will be the one who loses.