I just don't really think Nastia could beat her. Although I love Nastia's bars and beam, as well as her dance on floor, I just don't see it happening. Unless she manages to nail that dismount on bars, she won't see scores nearly as high as those she has received from US judges. Internationally, she won't get the huge scores she needs to overtake Shawn on vault and floor. Shawn has done almost nothing but hit-consistency in the dictionary shows a picture of her. On the other note however, I fear terribly that she will have a major mistake. She is still young on the senior circuit, although she has proven herself internationally. Yang Yilin will certainly be giving her a run for her money, and who knows who might sneak up there. So many in the US assume she will win, but there is so much pressure on her that she might just crack-though I severely hope she doesn't. When Paul Hamm came in to the '04 Olympics as the reigning world champion, there was the same type of pressure...and he had that horrendous fall on vault. He was able to make it up with a stellar highbar routine, but the women in Beijing are just going to be too close for that type of thing to happen. We'll just have to wait and see.