A stage to Oropa may not be bad. If they have a similar stage to 2014, then yes, the first 150km or so will be flat, but then we'll enter mountainous terrain. Noveis-Bielmonte-Oropa, whilst unoriginal, may be interesting, especially if the previous stage is flat, the next stage is 'medium-mountain' and then a rest day. No other real opportunity to gain time (except for Bergamo Alta, but how much can you gain there? At most 15-20 seconds) in this part of the race means attacks will be likely. Plus, remember Oropa is 12.4km at 6.2%, but has sections at 12%. Yes, not steep, but sustained. If the stage is a long stage, ca. 230km, I'd love to see it.