I think we are all guilty (and understandably so) of seeing this from a purely DFC standpoint.
May, it would appear, has a lot to weigh up, with 3,4, maybe 12 options to consider. Some will offer him more money, some will offer him more game time. Some will see him have to drop a level, some will see him have to relocate and so on. He's in an industry with a short opportunity to earn a living and arguably this move could be make or break for his career. If he needs time to consider and see every option he has and weigh all that up - and he still ends up at Dens, then for me he'll be here for the right reasons.
I'm coming round to the opinion that we'd be better off trying to get someone like May in if we can because the last three seasons of working with bit parts up front has failed dismally. I'd rather we backed a guy who has at least something of a track record than ended up either going with what we've got or bringing in more short term gambles like last season. Will it work? Who knows but something needs to change.
For me Nelson is much more effective and part of the game with a partner. This working McDaid and Gowser off him (and I thought Gowser started well and it was telling that McInally said after the game that they'd hoped to try and force Gowser deeper and deeper and that it worked. making him less effective) leaves Nelson simply running around chasing lost causes. We were better once Curran came on so if we can add someone who will make Nelson better while adding 10 goals as well, then that has to be a good thing. At least for me it does anyway.