Firstly, calm down SS, read the rest of the post - I'm not having a go at him.
I'm considering promoting McGrath into my alltime XI, which I've only done for two other current players. Obviously at the moment, there's heaps of talk, and certainly some compelling performances to suggest that he deserves a spot over the myriad of other fantastic quicks who have played a game.
I'd be interested to hear whether anyone can come up with sound criticisms of why he isn't an absolute all-time great? Kinda a devil's advocate thing when they put someone up for saint-hood.