Okay, Back again.....btw, Jax08, I love the the quote in bold letters at bottom of your post....makes me think of some of replies I often see
I will give my general observations on this pedigree to come to my conclusion and like; that I posted above.
I will divide the pedigree into 4 quadrants emanating from Sylar and Yoko.
Sylar comes from Veit and Cecca. Veit comes from top working/sport lines of today...especially sire line through Branko, that the Salzablicks are known for sport/structure progeny. Heavy T- litter Nabarschaft .
Sylar's dam Cecca is very interesting genetics and very appealing to me. Falk has good hard workinglines on sire side and dam side (Minka) goes back to some of the best old working/herding stock known for bidability and resilience ( Norbo v Martestock)....Cecca's dam line through Wendy is contemporary high sport breeding of today.
Yoko's sire Donner is solid working lines, linebred on Aik v Haus Cindy. Aik was controversial dog, some liked him and others didn't. He could produce some strong clear dogs, but also could have health/temperament variance as many popular studs have.
Yoko's dam May has excellent alternative working lines from what we primarily see today....I think that is good, but I do have concern with May's dam outline going through Dorle having sketchy hip history.
Overall, I like the balance in this pedigree greatly. I like seeing Enno Beilstein and Norbo v Martestock as examples of extremely valuable dogs giving the pedigree traits we are losing.
Remember, this is general overview, but it is based on some concrete knowledge of dogs that passed certain traits consistently. Not a guarantee by any measure, but the OP asked for the pedigree to be read, this is my limited view. I see a whole lot more than this in the pedigree, and during the development of 8 to 10 pups much of the other stuff will also show up....but this is just general feelings.
Now I know that pedigrees dialogue doesn't float everyone's boat, so it's back to private request only for looking at pedigrees, and let the titles, certs, and visual screening advocates have the floor