The LAST thing I would like to see is more kinds of weather. Sure, it would make rain less dominant, but there would be even more weathers for weatherless teams to counter, and in my experience, handling just Chlorophyll and Sand Rush sweepers with no weather of your own is tricky. Hail should get a boost however, and although it would do nothing for the offensive-as-fuck meta we have now, I would hope that it's an offensive boost. A defense boost to Ice types is really not going to make the weather any more popular unless they give Ice a few more resists. Shit, maybe Regice with a 50% Physical Defense boost in Hail would see some usage if it resisted a few more things. Assuming the weather stays though, you won't see me complaining. As long as rain gets knocked down a little, I'll be happy. While there is no doubt that Rain is just unbelievably good at this point, I don't think at this point Auto Weather is broken. Onto the new Pokemon and moves though, Dark types need some love in the form of higher BP moves. Dark-Type Close Combat anyone? On that topic, I think Physical coverage moves as a whole need some love. There's the narrowly distributed 75 BP Elemental Punches, while Special attackers get 95 BP moves with no drawbacks, and better distribution. Just look at what happened to Kyurem-B! He has the second highest BST in the game, and is middle-OU because he has no physical coverage moves. All Physical attackers really have is EdgeQuake, along with MAYBE a STAB move like Icicle Crash or Waterfall (which both have less BP than Ice Beam and Surf, like what the fuck), and occasionally Superpower (Close Combat if they're a fighting type or REALLY lucky). As for new Pokemon, give us a defensive Water/Dragon! That would be so good against Rain and Sun. Also, something the make Spinning a little easier, or at least make your opponent make an effort to stop your Spin. Since Spinblocking isn't really a big thing in OU at the moment, the thing that makes it tough to Spin is that if you switch in your Spinner, and use Rapid Spin, you've just given your opponent two absolutely free turns, as well as all the momentum in the world, and unless your name is Starmie, in most cases a setup opportunity as well. Bug doesn't resist itself.