Having said that, talk is cheap and easy. We will see how they fare in their third Olympic outing.. Of course I hope they could win but somehow i feel they need to further develop their game and update their strategy. When I watch their game in despair against Lee/Jung and on the losing end, i notice they do not have any contingency plan/tactic to cover their shortcomings... When they are stuck and clueless about their next move to beat their opponent who can return any shot they deliver, they tend to lose the momentum and give up the match..I have seen it many times when they did that especially against Lee/Jung..my concern is when other pairs are able to up their game and truly test Cai/Fu, what are they going to do if their current tactic fails ? That would be an interesting part of MD. Remember the Olympic 2008, Cai/Fu entered the final with no strategy or contingency plan AT ALL. that's why they failed to win the gold..not because Kido and Setiawan were the better pair, because they figured out how to play against Cai/Fu and executed their plan really well to perfection. That's why they lost.