Well at the very least you'll be expecting more competent players as the rounds proceed, so even if it overcentralized or adapted it does show what the said mon is capable of in the right hands or played better than the initial days of suspect ladders. That said the tournament is still first and foremost a competition whether something is broken or not comes secondary or is auxiliary as the point is still who wins, not who gets banned or unbanned.I personally feel like this tournament has great intent, but will turn into overcentralization. People will start running teams that reflect the state of an overcentralized metagame, with teams consisting of Uber Pokemon, its checks, and checks to its checks. While the tournament is a great idea, participants may get caught up in the hype and use only the specific team archetype mentioned above, in a rush to use it. While this may not be a bad thing, this tournament is a bad indicator for whether a mon is broken or not because of the fact that there is not enough exposure and time to adapt till the next round.
Just my 2 cents.