I think that Andrew Chugg scholarship is on the same level as Skopje's claims to be Macedonia. I realise that there are a lot of enthusiastic people reading up about Alexander, and normally I encourage that, but I will not bother from now on answering questions stemming from his "research" or research based on watching Oliver Stone's Alexander movie. I also can't be bothered to do homework for the people leaving angry comments, so if they are so superior I suggest that they do their own research. The internet is useful, but there is a wonderful invention called a library which is far superior. Whilst 99% of people have been very kind and generous, life is far too short to worry about the one or two μαλάκες.
Update - to be clear, yes I am aware of this article by Olga Palagia, and whilst she brings interesting evidence together, she is again trying to down-date Tomb II at Vergina so that it is not Philip II, and her use of evidence is influenced by this: http://articleserver.info/Hoelscher/PalagiaVergina.pdf
A better article to read is Paul McKechnie, Diodorus Siculus and Hephaestion's Pyre, Classical Quarterly 45, 1995, pp. 418-432: JSTOR.