With the complete deck lists of Commander 2013 spoiled, which of the decks are the best:
1. In terms of power? Just a couple of tweaks here and there and you already have a decently powered deck?
2. In terms of value? We all know the value of the cards in these decks are well worth over their msrp.
[EDH] It's built to be a casual format and to a specific vision, and if you don't like the vision, there's nothing wrong with that, but it's not going to change to accommodate everyone. Big tent is not a goal.
The Marath/Naya deck is legitimately awful. It's definitely the weakest in the bunch. It just deck lacks the synergies of all the others and doesn't have enough big threats or fun combos/mechanics to compensate.
The big tool is creatures with power 5 or greater (classic Naya) with Mayael, Drumhunter, Spellbreaker, Rakeclaw, and Where Ancients Tread. But there are only 11 cards in the deck that automatically have 5 or more power (14 counting One Dozen Eyes, Spawning Grounds, and Marath). It just makes Mayael feel like the biggest waste of a commander out of the 15. And most of those creatures are all incredibly weak compared to every other deck.
If the point of Naya (and green in general, I guess) is to have the strongest creatures to compensate for lack of control, why does Jund outclass Naya in every way? Proosh has stronger creatures, includes removal, works with better mechanics, and uses more tightly-knit synergies.
It sucks to be a Naya player with these decks.
As far as strategy is concerned, Prossh's deck is the best IMHO, and the most powerful one; Derevi, Jeleva and Oloro come a bit below, and Marath loses from all the others.
It's a bit more difficult to analyze the decks on their money value because a lot of "money cards" are expensive only because they're old (P3K anyone?) or poorly distributed (Baleful Strix!), so their price is far higher than they'd deserve. It seems that Jeleva and Derevi have some of the best ones though...