In this time of change and innovation in the metagame due to the introduction of BW2, I thought it might be a good idea to make the "moves" section of the on-site Pokedex a bit more efficient and easier to look through. I suggest that we separate the currently basic list of moves into "Very Good Moves" and "Poor Moves." The main idea of this suggestion is to promote diversity and creativity in the metagame by making it easier for users to create unique or unorthodox sets because they won't have to sift through bad moves such as Growl. Hopefully, this will also encourage beginners to try out their own sets instead of just using the basic ones that are detailed on-site. Besides, as we have ranked Pokemon through the tiers to help players pick which ones to use (if not to also create new metagames), we should also rank moves on the main page to improve efficiency in this area. Admittedly, I have very little (read no) experience with programming, but I find it difficult to believe that it would be hard to implement this. The list of "Very Good Moves," as defined by CAP and which I suggest is used can be found here, so there does not appear that there will need significant discussion and debate on the matter. Again, I have no knowledge of how the Pokemon pages are created or generated, but I would think that it would be easy to say "Computer, take rows beginning with these names: ' [List of Very Good Moves]' and move them to the top of the page under a heading saying 'Very Good Moves,' while leaving the rest of them at the bottom of the page under a heading saying 'Poor Moves.'" If I am wrong here (which I may very well be) I would be happy to be corrected, and if this is too much trouble, well, in the end it may not be worth it. But if it is as simple as I am currently assuming, I can only see the benefits for the Smogon community. Lastly, I would like to remind potential readers that this is an ideal time for such a change; the introduction of BW2, including the new Pokemon, Formes, and Tutor Moves, has considerably shaken up the metagame. As a result, many players are looking for new and creative solutions to both emerging and enduring threats in the metagame. Thus, this feature would be even more beneficial to players if it was implemented now, of all times. Thus, we should strike the iron while it is hot and put this new and helpful referencing device on-site as soon as possible.