After seeing the Evolution/Shield stuff for a few weeks, I was hit by an idea - is being a success the problem with WWE? Here is what I mean: before 2000, things were different as you had regions, territories and finally WCW/ECW/WWF so you never really saw the same group of wrestlers together on the same show for any extended period of time. Every few years a contract would come up and someone would jump ship and before that, moving from territory to territory was just a fact of life. Then things changed and wwe was the only real option. Now we are seeing guys spend a decade plus in the same company. Guys like Hogan and Flair may have been multi time champs but they did it in a couple companies where as guys like Orton and Cena are multi time champs in the same company. I am not thinking so much about the lack of competition as are we just not used to seeing guys around for this long and that is why we have issues with the wwe product? Look at when Hogan left WWF and went to WCW - people got tired of him quickly there too. In the past, you had your mainstay talent but there was a lot of people coming and going which doesn't happen as much anymore. Was this problem going to happen no matter what? Is it simply a matter that we are not used to seeing guys around this long that we dislike the product even if the ideas are as good as ever and make sense for the characters?