The thought of Chansey, Blissey, Starmie, Clefable, or Drifblim carrying the new, buffed Minimize and running moves like Toxic, Seismic Toss, Wish, Substitute, Stockpile, Baton Pass, Flamethrower for Steel-types immune to Toxic, Psychic for Poison-types immune to Toxic, and maybe Reflect or Light Screen tossed in somewhere all sounds absurd enough that I at least want to see it play out. Bonus points if Unaware Clefable is released since then Swords Dancing and Nasty Plotting up won't beat it. Pretend it's second-gen all over again and stall 'til you fall. And hope the opponent has no Mischievous Heart Pokemon with Taunt since then the whole thing falls apart.
Voted no on the evasion clause. I'm not sure I'm doing my own side any favors by mentioning of the above, but with all the buffs that offense has gotten in the last few generations (since second-gen) in terms of items, moves, and Pokemon themselves, I think it's definitely worth testing. If it turns out to still be difficult to deal with, then that should become obvious and votes can be taken again after that's known, so I don't see why it should be dismissed offhand.