I am currently at work editing a newsletter that covers a wide variety of topics from an array of authors. Any hint that the authors had even spell checked their own work, let alone read it to see if it makes sense, isn't apparent to me. I actually enjoy reading well written posts, it raises the standard and creates a distinction of actual competent and compelling contribution. Other posts that are poorly put together immediately show a lack of respect from the author to those they are communicating with, as well as a lack of knowledge or understanding of the subject matter, as they lack the ability to communicate clearly.
People who are not native English speakers, or best stated as English language communicators, I have less problem with as they will actually learn more as they become more familiar with the language. Simply put the more you try to use language correctly the better you become at using it. Dragging down standards of literacy by allowing poor language usage is a sad indictment against our progression as a society.
On topic: I don't gamble, but you must be a brave soul to assume that Jay will win this year. There hasn't been anything to suggest that Jay is more than one of three possible contenders.
I wouldn't bet against Jay that's for sure, but I would bet 1000 $, that Kai won't win it lol :D
ps. this is the next legendary thread haha!
Also since you know Jay well, what has he been doing to fix up those imbalances (leg especially)? Because if he has brought those up a bit and comes in conditioned well he will be tough to beat.