Quote from FredoHi Don, and welcome to this forum!
As to your list, at first glance it looks, well... sloppy: abbreviations, truncated or wrong card names, lack of links...
Quote from GoodkingI guess you could call it a Pupgrade...
... I'll get my coat.
Quote from Don D@calibretto: hybrid and split cards have a main difference compared to multicolour cards, they can be played by only one colour, thus fit into more decks. And my logic of the hybrid/dual distribution in the different colours is how strong a colour is "concerned about mana", green is the best mana colour so the green hybrids symbolise green beeing able to cast spells from other colours, therefore all green hybrids are in the other colour. On the other end of the spectrum is red who doesn't care about mana, therefore all red hybrids/duals are in red.
Quote from Don DSince I want to keep my cube at 360 cards, creating a multicolour section doesn't free up any space in the monocolour sections. Adding the hybrid/duals to a single colour gives me more flexibility in adding/removing them from the cube and I'm not forced to balance hybrid/dual cards over the ten combinations but can add only the ones I really like to have in the cube.
Quote from wtwlf123It's pretty rare that I disagree with a post so completely as I do with the list a few posts above. ALL of those cards are really solid. I don't understand some of the rules (shroud is only in blue, no card recursion in green, etc...) and certainly don't agree with most of the comments (force spike too narrow, chandra nalaar too weak, no sweepers in red, etc). Diabolic and Chainer's edict not being good. No scry in red. No tusker, no elder, no harrow, no reach. No walls. Wow. Just... I don't know what to say.
Quote from DarkmindtoneYea, I was thinking about doing a comment about the cards in that post, but it would be pages upon pages of text on my part if I argued why almost every card listed is worth at least consideration (and many of them worth inclusion even in a 360 cube), but that is far too much effort on my part.
Quote from Itsar, the Laughing Onelet me state something - the things I tell you will not be wrong. It is you who will be wrong if you try arguing with me.
Quote from TappingStones »2 player drafting is known as "winston draft" I'll let you do some research on what that is.
Quote from magicmerl »the 'wrong' things are explicitly listed as points of difference in the original post.