While C&C does a good job on quality control, I still have a couple of suggestions for the analyses. 1) There are small inconsistencies scattered throughout the analyses. Stealth Rock damage is the biggest offender. We have "after Stealth Rock", "after Stealth Rocks", "after Stealth Rock damage", "if Stealth Rock is in play", and so on. This sometimes occurs in the same analysis (see the recent B/W OU Metagross analysis). Speed is also a big issue. We have "max Speed Poke", "+Speed Poke", "Timid Poke", "252 Spd Poke", and so on. Gen 4 analyses flip-flop between "4 HP Poke" and "minimum HP Poke". A universal phrase such as "after Stealth Rock" or "after Stealth Rock damage" across all of the analyses would make them seem more uniform. 2) There needs to be a way to condense or remove lists of damage calculations from analyses (see OU Choice Band Ferrothorn, Choice Specs Jellicent, Uber Cloyster, etc). They just balloon the analyses and seem slightly situational, especially when they could be condensed into "this Pokemon OHKOs/2HKOs common walls and resists". It also seems inconsistent; why do some wallbreakers get special treatment while others don't? I don't see why CB Ferrothorn gets some damage calcs while the more popular Mixmence is shit out of luck. Maybe another tab such as Team Options and Additional Comments or another section (e.g. Options) would do if we need them. But I'm in favor of nixing them and just pointing people at damage calculators instead of just hurling out a bunch of calcs and disrupting the flow. 3) What happened to giving people credit at the bottom of the analyses? I realize these are revised all of the time, but it would be a way to let the world know about their hard work. It would also explain writing style and minor other discrepancies between tiers (I know Whimsicott used to flip-flop between "cute" and "ugly" in its flavor text between tiers). Credit is still given in articles, so why not go for the analyses, which (arguably) get more exposure? Plus, some of my suggestions went up and I'd like to be noted. The Smogon analyses are the standard that all other competitive Pokemon analyses are held to (whether or not people want to admit it), so any improvement is welcome.