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I can’t speak for other agents, and can’t tell you for sure what this other agent is thinking without knowing more details. It does sound like this agent is very interested in your MS.
You won’t know if it’s “the call” until the agent specifically says he’d like to offer representation. For what it’s worth, I don’t usually say it’s about representation in an email. I usually like to talk to someone first and see if we’re on the same page about the MS (because if I think it’s a hilarious romp and the author thinks it’s a serious work of literary fiction, I know there will be problems down the road) before I offer.
Try not to psych yourself out too much. Listen to what he has to say about the MS with an open mind. See if you two are a good fit (it’s a bit like a date or a job interview in that way). Because either way it sounds like you might have some revisions ahead of you, and you don’t want to embark on that journey with someone you don’t trust.