Moving on then.
I did calculations for fun on a few more Pokemon, and while the tiers being updated might change them, as of now here are where I think a few Pokemon should be placed. I'll go into more detail if people ask for it.
Heracross: Top (T). Two 120 BP Stabs and high attack/decent speed make it one of the few legit sweepers in the game that doesn't require setup. Even against Drayden, it'll only require one Bulk-Up or X-Attack to OHKO all three of his Pokemon. Guts+Toxic Orb is there too if you don't want to set-up. Very useful in the Elite 4 as well.
Azurill: High (T). While I don't like the one that comes earlygame, it seems like a great addition if you catch a Marill in Route 6. Immediate access to Ice Punch and Aqua Tail, while Superpower just gives it more coverage later on. Huge Power is ridiculous. Only thing holding it back is its low speed, although decent bulk helps mitigate this somewhat.
Sandshrew. High (T). Probably a surprise. Early evolution is nice, but the real kicker here is Swords Dance. Very few things survive a Swords Dance+Dig, and then eventually Earthquake combination. Drayden's dragons. Your average E4 member that doesn't resist ground. Plus its attack is high enough that setting up won't be necessary against regular trainers. Finally, it has a well rounded movepool. X-Scissor, Rock Slide and Shadow Claw are all available to it. Middling speed keeps it from top.
Minccino. High (T). Maybe another surprise. Skill link is just ridiculous, OHKOing a ridiculous amount of Pokemon. Swoobat and Swana with Rock Blast and Tail Slap. Drayden's dragons with an X-Attack. All of Marlen's Pokemon with Bullet Seed. E4 is hit-or-miss, as with a lot of Pokemon. The few levels until Tail-Slap might be a bit mediocre, but it just takes off from there. It does have accuracy problems somewhat though, which keep it from top.
Also, has anybody tested Zangoose yet?