Meh, I understand why people don't like Hart but he'll always be my favourite. His bitterness over the past 20 odd years is disappointing, but the dude is basically the poster child for personal tragedy in the wrestling business so I'm willing to cut him some slack. He's still, along with Angle, my favourite in ring worker of all time. His matches had an element of realism to them which I've always preferred to the spot monkey types. He was also the greatest in ring story teller I've seen. He just knew how to build up a match and could work with any body type. I also don't get people saying he lacked charisma. I thought he was very charismatic, which is why he went over without great mic skills. At his peak he was loved world over and got huge pops when his music hit. He wasn't a bubbly or flamboyant character, but I thought his charisma came in a natural unassuming sense. As for the industry passing by, again I don't agree. Perhaps the two defining matches that led to the Attitude Era were his era defining match with Austin at WM - perhaps the greatest match in WM history - and also the Montreal Screwjob. The whole Team Canada work was awesome and I think, had things been different, he could have played a great role in the WWE during the Attitude Era. He wasn't the anti establishment type that defined the era like DX or SCSA, but he could have made a great heel to work with those guys. Well he did before he left. His feud with Austin is one of the greatest of all time.