A very exciting Super Saturday, despite the dead rubber... Lasting impressions: Wales look good. REALLY good. Any of this talk about their only beating lesser teams and/or only rising to the level of competition, can now be banished. They laid the smack down on both sides of the ball, and are well-deserved grand slam champs. Scotland has to feel a little better, if only for getting so close despite the endless litany or injured players... Gotta assume this will be an emotional boost for the RWC. England looked good until they got their collective finger stuck - they're gonna have some soul-searching to do, but I doubt they should really be too worried. Ireland, and the Irish media, are now free to take a collective **** for the next five months while they ponder and debate and rue the differences between the Autumn team that downed the Kiwis and the team that just crapped themselves in Cardiff. Oh yeah, at some point, Italy and France, but particularly Italy, should decide if they're interested in learning how to play this sport. Impressed by the overall competition - my first Six Nations - but disappointed ultimately that the Scots couldn't bring more to the table. The fact that Peter O'Mahoney got player of the match after cheap-shotting Stu Hogg into oblivion makes it feel good to watch them get destroyed by the Welsh. Anyway, back to Prem, Pro14, And Super Rugby!