Scroll to the bottom of a long thread and refresh the page.
Grab the scroll bar and scroll up to the top of the page. You’ll see a loading spinner while the previous posts load. (You can make this problem more obvious using a network conditioning tool, e.g. Chrome Dev Tools Network tab, Slow 3G.)
Actual: As the posts load, the scroll jumps around.
In the linked video, you can see that RBoy’s post #76 “Maybe codinghorror can confirm” is at the top of the screen; then, when the subsequent page finished loading, the scroll jumps up to lid’s post #9 “It will be interesting to see if…”
Expected: The previous page should appear without disturbing the scroll position; whatever I saw on the screen as the previous page loads should still be on the screen when it’s drawn in.