Seriously though, before this thread morphs into a rehashing of the virtues/evils of OPS, there is no need.
Bruce needs to get on base more. That said, everything he brings to the plate has still resulted in production at a level roughly equal to a league average hitter.
That's just a fact. It's neither good nor bad in and of itself. It neither implies nor denies anything about the purity of the route Bruce has taken to get there. It's just acknowledging where he's at.
Dude needs to get on base more to realize his potential. Sure. Despite that, when looking at his glove and bat, Dude has been a slightly above average player so far in '09.