As for Bynum, he's the best post player in the league. Nobody dominates in the paint offensively like he can. The size, the strength, the footwork, the athleticism and agility for a guy his size, the post moves, and the soft touch. He's a load down in the paint. Just give him the ball and let him work. Very few players can stop his hook shot, or keep him from getting close enough to dunk it or lay it in.
The key with Bynum aside from being healthy, is his focus. I think on a new team without Kobe and Pau, where he's going to be the star, only an hour away from is hometown, I think we'll see much more focus from him.