Does it mean easiest to find a buyer or does it mean more expendable?
I have to say that if I'm the Reds Griffey is the guy I feel an urgency to move. He's having a wonderful year and I'm glad the fans here got to see at least some glimpse of the great player that he was (at least at the plate) but his future is all in the past as they say. There is still the very real possibility that his next step on a baseball field will be his last, he's owed $12.5 Million for 2008 plus a $4 Million buyout. His value is as high as its ever been as a Red and the organization is lucky that there may actually be a market for him. He's going to be gone after 2008 in any event and won't be around as a piece to build on. I say move him now.
Dunn OTOH is 27 and just coming into his prime. I know that many say that he is too big to last into his 30's but even a 5 year deal would end when he is 32 and I don't think its a huge risk. As the team moves forward there needs to be some reliable basis of production to use as a foundation to build upon and for all his faults Adam Dunn creates offense. Bruce, Votto, Hamilton may all be great, but we really don't know about them. Dunn has a track record of creating runs at the major league level year after year and over the last 5 years even Griffey can't match it.
I say trade Griffey and the stop gap types like Hatte, Conine, Lohse, Stanton etc and sign Dunn. There is plenty of money to address the teams needs coming off the books this year. This is especially true if at least some of those needs can be addressed through acquiring some young cheap players in the purge.