Before this leaves the QC stage I'd like to see the Additional Comments fleshed out a bit more. Please expand on what teammates would appreciate a Focus Sash Tyranitar. You've mentioned some opposing leads that this set is troubled by but you should also explain teammates that can help deal with leads that sashtar cannot do its job around. Analyses like this need to 1) explain what the set does and 2) explain how it helps and is helped by your team, and so far you have sparsely explained the first and not really explained the second. As a GP team member I'd also like to say that the purpose of the GP team is not to fix broken or insufficient writing. Someone writing an analysis needs to know the set well enough to formulate an adequate explanation for why and under what circumstances you are using a set; GPers aren't builders, we're trimmers. I know English is not your main language, LilOU, so I suggest you focus on a logical outline for an analysis before you start writing it, i.e. what would a player who is just trying out the set want to know other than what each move does? The purpose of each move is generally much more obvious than what Pokemon this set can support well or is supported by. Focus on the information is needed to make the analysis as helpful as possible, and the GP team can fill in the blanks on the vocabulary-- prose structure and having the information in there is much more important and is what should be the center of your attention. This kind of information is usually included in the skeleton phase, but that didn't happen and it is often up to the writer to flesh out the examples. I strongly suggest you add the information I have pointed out as lacking before a QC team member gives the third stamp.