Currently the various threat lists we have tend to be formatted very differently from the rest, and contain different information. In the move to Gen 5, I think it's best to standardize them. For reference: Ubers "Threat List" LC Threat List UU Threat List OU Defensive OU Offensive As you see, they all share some similarities (all have important moves, all are fairly brief other than the Ubers one, all list either all or important base stats). But there is a significant divergence in the approach to what information exactly is required, what writing style is used, and the layout of each entry. The main uses I see for threat lists are as quick references for mid battle, players wanting to learn more about available proven Pokemon in a metagame in general without reading all the analyses, and finally as a resource for players building teams to check for weaknesses/look for new team members. In order to fulfill these roles, threat list entries should be as short as realistically possible while maintaining just the absolute essential information about how a Pokemon plays. Main information will be base stats, important moves, abilities (dream world abilities which are not out should be listed, but marked with Unreleased and not discussed in the entry, I think.). And a few brief sentences about how the Pokemon fits into the metagame, but not an extended paragraph or the threat list loses it's ability to be such a quick reference. There will be links to full analyses anyway, so no need to go into much detail.