There seems to be a difference.
Two Christians who affirm evolutionary science are much more likely to be open about their disagreements with one another. Similarly, they are much more likely to add some useful addendums. Look at Venema’s symposium for clear evidence of this.
Right now Doug Axe, for good reason, is the golden boy of the ID movement. The ID movement, however, does not really allow for public self-criticism. So any ID person who responds is going to toe the line. Rhetorically, they are best posed to arguing against the responses, but without responses to look at, they do not have much to say. Even if they are unconvinced by any of Axe’s arguments, they would face @vjtorley’s fate for explaining that publicly.
I just cannot imagine what an ID proponent would add as a response, except to just swallow it whole and bash on evolutionary science. Once again, contrast that with the symposium on Adam and the Genome. There was real responses by the scientists, that (it seems) took us forward.