The results of WWE's Money in the Bank 2014 pay-per-view are in, so it's time for us to look back on the evening and break down the highlights and low points that made the event what it was.
This year, the regular setup for the Money in the Bank event was thrown out the window. Rather than having two title defenses and two briefcase-related Ladder matches, WWE found itself with a single vacated title.
While still booking around the concept of two Ladder matches, the stakes were altered to a degree which some would say was even greater than before.
The audience was essentially guaranteed a new WWE World Heavyweight champion and a new permanent top contender for that same title in this event.
Did the events that transpired forecast a bright and interesting future for the WWE Universe, or was the PPV a disaster that spells certain doom?
Which matches were fun and entertaining, and which ones fell flat?
Let's break down the positives and negatives of the night, presented to you in order of appearance.