I suppose the reason I want Genesect to stay OU so badly is that it's basically the best possible weapon non-weather could be given to fight weather teams. Rock Polish can wreck most rain teams if you use Giga Drain over Thunderbolt. Tyranitar is severely hurt by +1 U-Turn or +1 Bug Buzz and Hippowdon is killed by +1 Ice Beam. Ninetales makes it out ok, but Venusaur is killed by Rock Polish +1 Ice Beam. I guess I'm resigned to the fact that people think it's broken, but I really do think (and the suspect ladder is a testament to this) that with Genesect gone, we will be even more overrun by weather teams. But at least they say that something rain related will be suspect next. I just really, really want Drizzle/Drought banned from competitive play, but neither is really broken, just boring. Oh well, there's nothing I can do about it. So yeah, don't ban Genesect. I already don't think it's broken, because, as someone who uses it on almost every team, it's stopped a lot more frequently than people are claiming. Unless you play perfectly, you aren't always going to have that +1 SpA boost when your in the perfect spot to Rock Polish, making your sweep nearly impossible unless your opponent's team is incredibly weakened. Not to mention how hazards really hurt Genesect in a metagame filled with spikes (looking at you, Deoxys-D). Hazards make it much easier for things to revenge it, and much harder for the Rock Polish set to actually set up. And the Scarf set is easy to take care of with literally ANYTHING with Protect and/or good prediction skills. HOWEVER (and that's a big however) Genesect is over-centralizing the metagame, and that is definitely a reason to ban it. So as much as I don't want to ban Genesect (I really do love the little guy), I am sure it will be and I would probably support that decision. Don't let broken things balance broken things. Even though I think not having Genesect will make the metagame worse, it will pave the way for us to ban things that really make the metagame bad (LOOKING AT YOU WEATHER).