Let's see what Dumoulin does in the mountain stages to come. If he doesn't lose much time and even wins a MTF stage, fending off Quintana, Nibali, Pinot and the rest of the riders that are supposed to climb better than him, then we may have a Wiggins and potentially a Indurain. Doping? A good chance. The next Wiggins? A real good chance. The next Indurain? Not just yet. Quite a few of Big Mig's TT wins, particularly those at the GT races were colossal, he'd win over 3 minutes. Actually Ullrich was really compared to Indurain back in the day. I remember Ullrich's win at the 1997 TDF. That first TT win to St. Etienne, coming two stages after his win at Arcalis. He started in yellow, last man on the road, starting 3 minutes behind Virenque. He caught Virenque with a few km's to go. Won by 3:05. Granted that was a tough course over 55 km, and looking at the time, 1 hour 16. So 26 more minutes in the saddle than Dumoulin. That said, Ullrich had no real trouble following the best climbers (Pantani and Virenque), apart from losing to Pantani on L'Alpe D'huez and having some difficulty on a hilly transition stage after the final MTF that year. But the strong Telekom team protected him well and he didn't lose any time, winning the overall by 9 minutes and change. I don't see Big Tom D. doing this. I also don't see him beating Quintana by over 1 minute on a MTF and then sitting on Quintana's wheel for the rest of the mountain stages. But that's just how I see it.