Some quick observations. It seems SAP2000 was mostly used. Can't see anything that states ABAQUS. Would need to recheck.
The video you posted 'All simulation results' where was that from? Was that extracted from Hulsey's datasets i.e. was it Hulsey's file? If yes, it seems like a bunch of structural doodles one would expect as a by-product of case scenarios. I expect they would have had zillions of cases they would have tried (given years they were slogging at it) and yet we have a limited number actually shown. Unless these are the best ones and the rest was discarded. Perhaps you can let me know before I speculate more.
If Mick and his team made some actual runs with SAP2000, or criticised UAF models, did they not send the comments to Hulsey during the 'peer review' process window of 2 months? They obviously had time to comment if they downloaded the UAF files more or less as soon as it was released. The interesting part would be if there was a response from UAF/Hulsey.
Unfortunately, I am quite busy and got only as far as looking at the manuals and what is available on the net (nothing to write home about really):
ABAQUS v6.6 Manual
ABAQUS v6.14 prog download (free)
SAP2000 prog download (free)
The free progs can be probably used for much smaller models, but thought it interesting to see if there are any gifs within the manuals themselves that may resemble what was seen as a UAF or NIST collapse.
I think it perhaps quicker to concentrate on the 'peer review' process, so any help is welcome.