Lots of folks rate players by the "All or nothing" rating system. They're either terrific at everything, with no room for error or they're horrible across the board. A true realist would look at Frederick and see him as a good player, but not a perfect player. An "All or nothing" sees him as a terrific player without any faults. Bernadeau on the other hand is looked at as slop by the "All or nothing" crowd but the true realists see that he does have positives.