I see that Times' journo Stephen Jones still isn't convinced about the qualities of England skipper Steve Borthwick, claiming this week that the Sarries player wouldn't make his top 6 locks in England.
England manager Martin Johnson, meanwhile, still appears to rate Borthwick highly, both as a player and as a captain.
So the question one has to ask is: Who is the best judge of the qualities required to be an international lock forward?
(a) an opinionated Welsh rugby hack; or
(b) one of the world's best (if not the best) 2nd row forwards and captains ever to play the game?