Good progress in the second half of 2013. If that continues, two years is enough time for him to be at least close. He's got the repertoire to succeed as a lefthander in the bigs (read: excellent changeup and a workable curve). You're right that the development time may be short for him to establish consistency with his control -- but he's got the arsenal. Like his stuff a lot better right now than Travieso or Garrett -- right now those guys don't have the secondary stuff to project well, IMO. And he's an outstanding athlete. You have to like the fact he rebounded from a horrid first half and ended up leading the Midwest League in Ks.Guillon's problem is simply that he is going to run out of time to develop thanks to re-writing his original contract. He has 2 more years and then he is out of options. He's in low A and struggled mightily with his control especially early. Hopefully he makes significant strides this year or the Reds may simply be developing him for someone else to reap the benefits.