Some really good requests there, but my favorite one is one I've harped on in the past:
Nevertheless, there is still too much junk in search results.
We know that this is an arms race you will never win. The spammers will probably always spend more resources on outwitting you, than you will on beating them.
Still, it is ironic that you are contributing more to the proliferation of automatically generated nonsense pages than anyone else by allowing spammers to earn money on “scraper sites made for Google Adsense”.
Blogger is also actively used by spammers to generate useless junk. Stop them! You are clever people. We know you can do it!
Amen to that!! You go, Pandia.
Matt Cutts has taken notice of the post and responded... sorta... with a promise of a mug for the Pandia folks. I'd love to hear their response to the paying-people-to-muck-up-the-results issue.
And one more kudo to Pandia for the proper spelling of "scraper." When I see "scrapper" I think of wiry bantam-weights swapping punches.