If you visit WWE.com's program pages, you'll notice that, per the Undertaker slide, I didn't include Triple H, even though he's listed on the Raw Roster. That's because his role has been changing in the company and his competition quanitity on TV will likely be far less in months to come.
You may also notice I didn't include commentators and interviewers listed on the rosters that weren't drafted such as Striker, Grisham, Mathews, Cole, Lawler, Stanford and Korpela. Years ago, when WWE had enough mega-superstars to jumble around, guys like JR were fair game to be drafted to alternate shows and not have it look too devastating in the short-term. These days, commentary teams have been in such flux, the last thing they need is to shake up the commentary situation with arbitrary drafts, just to make the draft itself look more credible as being "random," and risk losing much-needed commentator chemistry.
Finally, I didn't include "Mr. McMahon," even though he's listed on the Raw roster, mainly because it's been quite a long while since we've seen the Mr. McMahon character specifically. We saw Vince announce The Rock as the guest host of Wrestlemania 27, but the Boss? The guy who fires people and makes himself look like God? Yeah, he's been pretty absent.
Tomorrow night, we get to see Smackdown and by the looks of the spoilers, seems to be an interesting night of action leading into Extreme Rules. Hopefully by next Monday we'll get to experience the full weight of the draft's effects, as in we'll see the newly formed rosters exist as they are instead of all the crossovers that need to happen to keep the promotion for Extreme Rules as strong as it's been.
All in all, aside from John Cena's redraft messing things up at the end, the Supplemental Draft went well, the folks who weren't moved seemed appropriate and each roster is shaping up to be healthy for both brands to perpetuate what's come to be appreciated on both. For a largely rushed situation, I'd say the 2011 WWE Draft could've gone a lot worse.
Let me know what you all think.