To me, the biggest test for GMs arrives once the roster is overhauled to their vision. Once they have "their" guys in place, are they able to properly self evaluate, or will they view their guys with rose-colored glasses. I think Jerry Angelo did a good job with reshaping the Bears when he first arrived. We were a much better squad than the what was here in previous years. The problem is that the front office under Jerry did a horrible job in identifying when it was time to move on from a guy they brought in. I really think Lovie played a big role in this, as he had repeatedly stuck with his guys, whether it be assistant coaches, or whether it be with players. And Lovie is looking like he's staying in his comfort zone in Tampa as well. From what I've seen to this point, Emery is a more nimble GM than Jerry. I think this coaching staff, which most likely has a solid input into the roster, will do a better job of self evaluating and will know when to make a change or cut the cord. I guess we'll find out in time, but from what I've seen so far, I think they'll be able to identify their own weaknesses much better than the previous regime.