Bobby for those who want to be good cooks.
Alton for those who want to show how things work.
Giada for those who want to show their titties on TV.
So I was reading the new Food Network magazine, and they did a feature on the new season, including introductions to the teams, headed by each mentor's comments about what he/she looked for in a team member.
Bobby said that since he looks at it from a chef's point of view, he's most concerned with getting the best possible chefs.
Alton said that he wants people who are knowledgable and know how to communicate well, because you can develop that but you can't really create it or teach it.
And Giada said she looks for tv-ready personalities, because, even though you do want them to cook well, the audience can't taste the food.
So much as I do like Giada - I use a lot of her recipes and her bottled sauce at Target is one of the best commercial brands I've tasted - it looks like the above poster really nailed this.