The Reds system is thin. I doubt Renyolds era drafts add a ton either knowing his track record, though hitting a homerun with a starter is always nice and a change of pace from the previous regime.
Top level: Bailey,Wood,Bruce and Votto. Yeah, people will argue with Votto, but I don't see much weakness with the kid, which is always underestimated by folks. He could put up very nice across the board numbers eventually down the line. Bailey,Bruce and Wood are all based on that magic word "electricity". They got it, but hopefully they don't fry themselves while they look for maturity, consistancy and development up the ladder
Mid-level: Chick,Lecure,Tyler Pelland,Jeff Stevens. These guys have talent to be a good major leaguer, but either don't have great stuff, are somewhat electric at times, but risky(Chick would fit that mold as would Pelland) or have holes in their games.
Low-level: Shafer,Medlock,Woody,Fisher,Medlock,Avery,Guevara, Anderson,Strait,BJ and Janish. These prospects are either future relievers or fringe prospects who could be a diamond. Denorfia once walked among these ranks.
I also question whether Buckley will overly improve the system from the Bowden/Obrien days. I think Krivsky is going to look at trades, Rule V's and other means to bring in talent, specifically pitching talent. I think the main gripe with the system over the last decade is the lack of a good starting pitcher. If Krivsky can develope a good starter every 3-5 years, he will do well IMO.