I do think the structural and cultural reforms that he's brought to the club will last post-Bruce. One of the biggest issues we had was the failure to build a real foundation outside the senior team proper. Now, with Revs II and the academy teams, we've got a farm system that would be unrecognizable in the Burns/Heaps era. And given our on-field successes with the three-DP model, I can't imagine we'd go back to a Burns-esque nickel-and-dime approach ever again - surely the Krafts' appetites are now whetted for more than that. Naturally, we could still go back to Burns-level incompetence. That's a real risk. But I think we're now beyond Burns-level ambition, which was always just as galling -- arguably even moreso -- than failure to function.