Haha yeah, I wouldn't qualify Amanda as a legend..she didn't make many big moves she could call her own, but was simply crafty with alliances and had a decent physical game to support her.
I think many Winners of the game would be hard pressed to come back if it wasn't in an all-winners season. And if it is all-winners, they'd get paid for just showing up anyway, so I'd think they'd have to each play for a charity or something. Though it's well known winners like Fabio have blown through their winnings quickly (not that his modeling career hasn't given him tons to work with anyway...)
And I do agree with you, David, that after awhile I don't want to see some of the winners we've seen 2 times already come back (Parvati, JT, Sandra, Amber/Rob...) but to label something as "Legends Season" or "All-Winners" and not include some of them, we'd have outrage from the fan community on our hands, especially "casuals"
I would prefer seeing folks like Mike, Tony, Kim S, Yul, Sophie, Chris D, Danni back to play with folks of "their calibre" and see how they stack up after these years have gone by.
Also, I realized that if an All-Winners Season occurred, not many ladies to choose from to make it a 20 person cast! A female has won the game only 13 times, and two of those times is Sandra, so only 12 women. Example Winner Season Cast
Men: Brian, Yul, Todd, Tony, Mike, Chris, Rob, Richard, Ethan, Fabio
Women: Natalie W, Natalie A, Sophie, Kim, Vecepia, Danni, Denise, Parvati, Sandra, Amber
If Amber really won't do it again given her four small girls back at home, that leaves you with Tina Wesson or Jenna Morasca to fill that slot, and Tina is getting old, Jenna may decline. Probably looking at only a 16 person cast to do All-Winners, honestly (depending on who wins S31/32...two new female wins would be great!)
For the men, if Richard is too old/isn't permitted to leave the country still (lol), or if Todd isn't out of rehab, I'd sub in Earl/JT for the next slots. I'm not interested in seeing Aras/Tyson back again, but maaaybe Cochran to even out personalities in the cast (or to take Rob M's slot if he insists he's done with it.)