With all of the discussions about Miles' and Saban's completely different personalities, I was wondering what this really means to the LSU football fan. What I mean is, how much are you willing to sacrifice to have a coach that is much more "enjoyable"? I, for one, am really liking the different approach and the way that Miles seems to be dedicated to other facets of the university. I think he is going to do a really good job, and in many ways, I think it's possible that if the defenses remain anywhere near where they have been, he may actually have more success, and over many more years. But, what if I'm wrong and the Saban-like approach is the only way to have Saban-like success. So let's assume a few things here. Completely hypothetically, let's assume that Saban is worth one more win every other year (1/2 game a year) because of his hard-nosed approach and personality. Let's also assume that Miles will take no interest in any NFL jobs or other college coaching jobs. Based on those assumptions, my question is, are you as a die-hard fan willing to sacrifice one win every other year in order to have a coach who has a more enjoyable persona, and won't put all the fans and players through the off-season turmoil of jumping ship? Also, if you are, how much are you willing to sacrifice? The reason I'm asking is the more I read and learn about Saban, the more I don't like him as an individual, and the more I read and learn about Miles, the more I like him as an individual. But, when it really comes down to it, on Saturday nights in the fall, I don't really care if I like the coach's personality or not, I want a win. Saban had a pretty good success rate over his tenure and it's hard to argue with his style when he has that kind of success. I don't really know how I would answer the questions, and I'm hoping I don't ever have to, but I'm just curious as to other's opinions. And I'm asking this while thinking and believing that Miles will have more success than Saban.