The Internet Championship
I've come out in favor of this before, and I'm not alone.
My feeling is that the title should be defended on the Internet only and should only be challenged for by superstars that were featured on YouTube or WWE.com that week, who trend on Twitter or what have you.
The WWE Universe could even control who gets to challenge via Internet polls.
The most important thing is that the Champion be allowed to carry the belt on TV and reference the title.
Personally, I don't want to wait until WrestleMania to see it. (Though it should be defended in the Internet pre-air bout.)
I'm of the opinion that if Zack can find a tag team partner whom he has chemistry with and whose gimmick can coexist with his, he needs to become a major tag team player.
Miz would also do well with the right partner—that partner not being The Big Show. For Miz, chemistry is not as important, as he can play the mastermind and use a mercenary partner.
Ziggler is doing nothing with Swagger. However, that doesn't mean he couldn't do well in the tag team division. Paired with the right arrogant, attractive heel and committing to more frequent tag team matches, Ziggler could have something to do between singles runs, including being the mouthpiece for a less verbally adroit partner.
Feuds and Angles
Ryder is due a rematch for the U.S. title. Actually, he deserves to have it reinstated to his control. Demanding what is rightfully his would be a good short-term angle, even if he loses the title.
Beyond that, he should have a major bone to pick with Kane, not to mention Eve. Of course, he can't really get at either one of them directly, so he could spend time trying to collect help.
Ziggler is teasing an angle right now in extricating himself from Swagger and Guerrero. Once that bridge has been burned, he needs to get involved in some title hunt, and perhaps he could run across someone who has been picked up by Vickie.
Miz needs help. Some have been predicting a face turn, but that's only possible with what he would need even if he stays heel—a winning streak. Ideally, he should be placed in ever-harder situations, perhaps by Laurinaitis (if he's still around) or a vengeful Teddy Long who is tired of listening to Miz's whining and so is giving him what he wants but with huge roadblocks in the way. Then, despite the odds against him, he manages to win.
Alternatively, in a triple threat or fatal four-way situation, someone recruits him to help them win at the expense of his own chances, but Miz wins himself, earning the ire of his erstwhile partner who seeks vengeance.