I like yours. Here's mine:
Dick: Love the guy, hate his game. Too obsessed with mending things with Danielle--it's distracted him from noticing a backstabber like Amber. After his disastrous HoH week, he's vulnerable--he had a lot of loyalty going on at the beginning of his reign and he squandered it with his Danielle fixation and his inability to resist the superfluous twists of the knife in the then mortally-wounded back of Kail. I can't believe I'm saying this, but if I were Dustin, I would consider Amber's plea to backdoor Dick--if you're going to do it, do it this week, and make sure it's done. And I say this as a Dick fan.
Jessica and Jameka: Ditto with your thoughts. Jessica is pretty, fetchingly cute in personality, and giggles a lot--that's about the extent of her game so far. Mmm-hmmeka: her lips say she's listening, but her brain says "They all love me..." Plus the "God is with me..." card is going to wear on players.
Kail: What can be said about Kail that hasn't already been said? OK, this--she's a stupid player, but this is a woman used to success (if we can believe the descriptions of her real life). She strikes me as a person who's been awfully lucky in life and demands and fights for that luck. Get her out now and be done with it.
Danielle: An unexpectedly good player--competitive and formidable, once you get past the "shut-uuup!" and "ewww..." Valley-Girl, damsel-in-distress act. She's doomed, though, if Dick's still hanging around--ALL of them have a deep-seated suspicion of the father-daughter team angle, which I think will ultimately burn both of them--whether or not it's true.
Nick: Loco. Too unpredictable. He's always going to be on everyone's radar.
Jen: I hated her at first. Now I'm mesmerized every time she's on screen. And it's not just the boobitard--she's got an arrogance that's so transparent and god-awful dumb that it's beautiful. It's so strong I think she's thrown Dick off his game a bit because of it. But it's also her Achilles heel--she's on everybody's radar. Agreed about her big mistake--even had she succeeded in getting Danielle booted, Nick is not the lapdog type--Jen never would have been able to control him.
Eric: Yeah, smart guy, but really annoying to me. I've heard him make as many crass remarks as Zach has, and yet Zach's the pervert and Eric's the house teddy bear. Eric has the tacky nipple piercing flashing, Zach tries to prove his bonhomie and harmlessly streaks on a bet, and Zach's the one-inch weirdo. Life is strange.
Amber: My most hated player. Apparently playing Lady MacBeth to Dustin's MacBeth right now. I don't dismiss her, though--as much of an emotional disaster and moral hypocrite as she is, I would not want her hanging around in the later stages. She IS a master at fake intimacy and emotional manipulation.
Dustin: Dustin, Dustin, Dustin...You've got game, personality, and you're representing an oppressed social minority about as well as anybody could do it--and your closest confidant is Amber? I hope this is part of some fiendishly complex game play that BB scholars will be studying for decades. Otherwise, your "We are the choices we make" philosophy will show you to be a few bricks short of a load.
Zack: Do I philosophically feel sorry for him for being misunderstood (see Eric) or go with the flow and consider him the weirdo misogynist/racist/homophobe? Then again, it doesn't matter. He's got the double-whammy against him: they all think he's weird, and worse, he's got no game now that he's been in a depressed funk about the obliteration of MRA.