Too few estimates of the IR → issue computing the synchrotron emission
Different papers make different assumptions as to what is the infrared exactly. Some assume it is all the dust emission (as we do), some think of it as 8-1000 micron. Some just consider the FIR. We could compute it using different definitions. This would also allow us to better estimate the synchrotron emission as we rely on the FIR-radio correlation, with the FIR being 42.5-122.5 micron. So in effect we overestimate the synchrotron emission.