Can Scotland start afresh with youngsters?
So, Andy Robinson has picked his squad for the Six Nations campaign - and no doubt beyond. What do you think of it?
It's a powerful squad with some outstanding prospects but as I see it there are three problem areas.
The first one is captain. Who is he going to pick as captain? Robinson picked Al Kellock then dropped him for a key game at the World Cup.
In the back of his head the coach might be viewing a heavy duty second row partnership of Jim Hamilton and Richie Gray.
I see some are saying that John Barclay, Kelly Brown and Ross Ford are captains, but I like my captains to do it week-in, week-out. To me the best captain is Al Kellock.
The second headache area is stand off with no fewer than four picked in Duncan Weir, Rhuaridh Jackson, Greig Laidlaw and Dan Parks.
I'll leave you to pick one of those and Parks has to have been selected as his rivals have yet to put their hands up to demand selection.
And the third is at number 8. Richie Vernon isn't playing for Sale, Kelly Brown is an excellent 8 but is playing at wing forward for Saracens, and David Denton is the best ball carrier but, as with the others, isn't playing.
My suspicion is that it's a choice between Vernon and Brown, both excellent players, though Denton knows there is a gap there should he wish to fill it.
There are young players who may end up being versatile.
Robert Harley could end up in the second row at some stage in his career, and I am surprised that Jon Welsh has not made it into the squad.
It's a good squad with good players.
But I think the Six Nations games will be up a notch this year with England under a new coach especially dangerous at Murrayfield.
Let me go and think of a starting fifteen, I'll write it down here later, but tell me what you think of the squad and what would be your starting fifteen if the first game was next week?