Over the years, I've tried my best not to fall in love with prospects. More often than not I end up disappointed. We all know that story. This year, I couldn't help it. It's Sergio Kindle. I want him bad. If he gets taken before us, it'll suck but I'll get over it. If he's there and we pick someone else, it'll suck but I'll get over it depending on who we get. There's plenty of talent sure to still be there. Here's is my fear: Kindle is sitting there at #22, and we trade down. (and he's gone before we make the next pick) I'll always give the Patriots the benefit of the doubt and I'm willing to give every pick they make a chance. I'm not going to be on here screaming about a decision they make. That one would take me a while to swallow though. Of course, finding out that the compensation is great would make a big difference. For me, it would need to be no further down than VERY EARLY in the 2nd round, with a high 3rd or possibly even a 2011 1st rounder. With a rookie cap a real possibility next season, having 3 1st round picks would be cost effective and clearly a great chance to continue infusing the team with top young talent. Also, depending on the player, I wouldn't be opposed to a pick swap into the 2nd with a player added in. So who is your "don't want to pass up" player and what compensation would make you be ok with it?