Ok, we all know how much talent is misused in the WWE. NXT is a classic example of this - you have mentors on that show that are completely over - so much so, that they are at risk of being over-exposed.
1)You have both the IC and US title holders on there, when BOTH should be getting enough camera time due to having the belts, especially Miz. This, IMO, is a waste.
2)Lay-Cool - while they have been surprisingly good on the show with Kaval, they have lost a lot of momentum they had on Smackdown
3)Mark Henry & MVP - seem kind of stale and out of place
4)Cody Rhodes & Zack Ryder - seem a little to green to be "pro" mentors
5)John Morrison - see points 3 & 4
So if they are really serious about HELPING these rookies, by which I mean ACTUALLY HELPING them get over, in-ring, on mic and having a personality that's believable and/or suitable, who would YOU like to see mentoring on the show?
My preferred choices would be;
As you can see, I think they need to utilise the legends more as well as incorporating their veteran active talent, be less reliant on having matches that include the 'pros', make the series longer and more similar to Tough Enough and actually help these rookies become better, which should be the point of it all anyway!