In recent weeks, I think it's become apparent that RAW and Smackdown are completely unbalanced in terms of main-eventers and mid-card talent. RAW has far too many main-event superstars on the roster and not enough time to get them all on air as they should.
Granted, I'm not saying the whole roster should have TV Time every week, but still, certain superstars are needed when they become synonymous with the show as some have or still a bit new, and need TV time to get over—especially after coming over from Smackdown as is the case with some.
On the other hand, Smackdown has been hit hard with the draft. The main-event scene has been dwindled down severely with the losses of Edge and Alberto Del Rio—even Big Show who could be used as a contender in a pinch was lost to RAW.
At this point we're looking at Smackdown and getting Randy Orton, Christian, Sheamus and Mark Henry. OK, but not enough to build a show around for a year until the next draft. Either Smackdown will have to bite the bullet on this one or pull the trigger on a few pushes for the likes of Barrett and Cody Rhodes (with MiTB coming up that should help a bit).
That said, here's 10 Superstars I would move around to help balance out the shows for both the mid-card and main-event scenes.