Be a photograph, diagram, image or animation that exemplifies Wikipedia's very best work. It should represent what Wikipedia offers that is unique on the Internet. Haven't seen a photo like this on any other website
Be available under an acceptable free license (i.e. not fair use). I took the photos
Be useful, accurate, and pleasing to the eye. Yes, it accuratly shows stages.
Useful: Adds value to an article and helps complete readers' understanding of an article in ways other pictures in the article do not. Yes, shows how complex a line-out is in that article
Accurate: Supported by facts in the article or references cited on the image page. Yes
Pleasing to the eye: Taken or created in a manner which best illustrates the subject of the image. The picture should make a reader want to know more. I think a reader would be interested by this image
Be displayed with a descriptive, informative and complete caption. Have a look, click on the image
Be of a sufficiently high resolution to allow quality reproductions. (Currently, images under 1000 pixels are seldom supported, unless they are of historical significance.) I think it is big enough.
Nominate and support. - --HamedogTalk|@ 02:37, 26 March 2006 (UTC)
Oppose Not pleasing to the eye at all - entirely too busy, 5-in-1 Search4Lancer 02:48, 26 March 2006 (UTC)
Oppose Messy, even in full size. --Janke | Talk 10:49, 26 March 2006 (UTC)
Oppose Too fragmented. Maybe a picture of just stage 4 would be good, but it would have to be a more interesting line-out, say maybe one between two good teams. It would also have to be at a better angle- straight down the tunnel?--Mr. RX99 19:55, 26 March 2006 (UTC)