I never said Aggron was a check for Tauros, damn, Aggron typing makes it a terrible poke to try check things... I only said it could survive a Tauros' hit. Also, I run a Trick Room team, so the extra bulk is quite useful indeed, and this is the set I have familiarity. As I said, most of what I said come from MY experiences, while your opinion should came from YOUR experiences, so these differences were obvious to appear. I only said what I think about these threats, and you are free to agree or not. You even changed my mind in some threats I really never faced in my laddering times since the Cresselia suspect round like Zangoose and other Sigilyph sets besides the Cosmic Power set. Tauros packs a lot of power, but for MY experiences, it always lacked some damage output to be a top threat: while even carring a EdgeQuake coverage (thanks to Sheer Force boost on Rock Slide) these moves usually covers pokemon with naturally high physical defense, making harder the work on breaking it. Also, with a Intimidate, what Tauros get in durability it loses in sheer power, and the best setup moves Tauros get are Work Up and Substitute, meaning that if these are run along Tauros will miss many coverage moves; without Sheer Force Tauros can't 2HKO defensive Tangrowth reliably. And with a Substitute set it suffers direct competition to Bouffalant, which even though really slower than Tauros, have an overal better bulk, a immunity with Sap Sipper and access to Swords Dance. I should have done better comments in all these three pokes that made all this discussion, but it was past 3 am here, I was sleepy and it was missing only these 3 guys to end my opinion on all the A-ranked ones to simply rewrite everything again or save the text for later, so probably I really did a bad job there.