The thing I like most is that the offense is pretty much set. Brady and co have MONTHS to practice, get to know each other, get timing down, etc. This is a huge advantage, and means they should start the season on a quick start. I think one of the biggest lessons learned last year was that you CANT just plug in receivers and expect magic. It takes time. They've got their weapons. They can now develop a plan well in advance, and practice it. This makes a lot of sense, and is a brilliant move.