I think it would only be fair to have Rachel come back for one last shot at proving the theory wrong or right. In the end, that's all this is....Entertainment Theory. Just like all theories, this show started with a question:
"What if you take a hot woman and have her chose from 18(?) eligible (below) average bachelors. Then, after she has a chance to get to know them, throw in some beefcakes. Will she choose dorks or dirks?"
We all would have guessed dirks, and so far we're right. And Adam "doing unto others" only went to strengthen the affirmation.
Give Rachel her show and let the arguement be settled once and for all. She's going to do the same thing....guaranteed. Anyone who thinks she'd do otherwise needs a heavy dose of realitytv check.
It's not so much a flaw in the individuals, as it is a flaw in the design of the show. There's really not enough time to get to know anyone on any sort of meaningful level. So all things being equal, or relatively so, you have to go with your gut, libido, lust, instinct, whatever. Somebody tell me how long it takes to shoot one of these shows. Then when can begin to put this in some sort of perspective. As far as we know, it could've taken ten days to shoot Average Adam, maybe even seven. That sure isn't very long to get to know someone.