Personally, I'm watching out for a few gen 6 Pokémon that still don't have access to many of the recurring tutor moves, especially since as a rule gen 6 Pokémon have absolutely terrible egg moves.
- With Diggersby having the OU cut-off line within arms' reach (and just to give you an idea how close it is, its arms aren't particularly lengthy), it may well be that the additional versatility provided by moves such as the elemental punches, Iron Head, Knock Off, Drain Punch or Superpower might be enough for it to actually make it.
- All those moves may also be a great asset for Pangoro, who's one of those lousy Pokémon that have the exclusivity of a move that has the potential to be really great, in this case Parting Shot. Drain Punch and Superpower in particular would be nice; at the moment there's no real consensus as to what should be its Fighting move of choice, with Storm Throw, Hammer Arm, Sky Uppercut, Circle Throw, Power-Up Punch and Brick Break all getting some use. (Not sure why you'd use Sky Uppercut or Brick Break with Storm Throw completely outclassing them, but hey, I'm not using Pangoro either, so I wouldn't know.)
- Of all the Pokémon in the entire game, Malamar is the one with the most potential for improvement. Currently, its Contrary + Superpower combo is being squandered on a movepool where the best STAB options are Psycho Cut and Night Slash. No Earthquake, no Stone Edge, in fact its non-STAB movepool is really barren too, with the likes of Return, Rock Slide and Aerial Ace being the most notable ones. (I would like to remind everyone that this is an aquatic Pokémon without any Water moves, least of all Waterfall.) Heck, Topsy-Turvy and Foul Play are often seen in the fourth moveslot. For a Pokémon that's supposed to be an offensive powerhouse, this is embarrassing. Okay, so the elemental punches are off-limits, but something like the newly-buffed Gunk Shot would make sense. But the big prizes would be Zen Headbutt, and especially Knock Off. Oh god could you imagine how awesome Knock Off Malamar would be? I'm really hoping it doesn't just stay in the realm of fantasy. I love you, Malamar, and I really want to use you, but right now you're just not good enough.
- Why does Tyrantrum not get Outrage? Sure, it's much more of a coin toss decision with Dragon Claw now that Fairies are around, but it should at least be an option. Oh well, if Outrage returns as a tutor, which it probably will, Tyrantrum getting it will be a guarantee.
- Aurorus would really like Hyper Voice. Right now the only ways to abuse Refrigerate are Hyper Beam, which sucks, and Nature Power, which is easy to miss when looking through its movepool. Also, if there's any chance we might get a Power Gem tutor (unlikely, but still), Aurorus would love it so much. Anyway, enlighten me. Why is Freeze Dry so goddamn popular on this thing? Sacrificing 20 power compared to Ice Beam (there's also Frost Breath to consider) is just too heavy of a price to pay to hit Water-types super-effectively, WHICH THUNDERBOLT ALREADY DOES ANYWAY. And remember, Refrigerate Nature Power has 104 power, compared to Ice Beam's 90, Frost Breath's effective 90, and Freeze Dry's 70. Oh, and guess what the second most popular Ice move on Aurorus is? The aforementioned Hyper Beam. Yep, clearly Aurorus users are as dumb as a rock. Sure, as I said, Nature Power is easy to miss, but what about Ice Beam and Frost Breath? Jesus.
- Hawlucha can punch. Power-Up Punch is there to prove it. So why not some elemental punching goodness for it too? Of course, right now Power Herb Sky Attack really is the only viable way to get Unburden to trigger, but whenever the Flying Gem returns that'll be an automatic free moveslot that could be filled. Hell, if you don't want to run Swords Dance having more options than Stone Edge and U-Turn might be fun.
- Diancie would rather like something to make its extra attack points over Carbink be worth something. Especially if that something's called a Play Rough tutor. But honestly, it'll use anything at this point. That movepool is just so bad.