I did actually, only you weren't interested or didn't see it.
From the moment Stoner left, it was obvious that the Ducati had an issue with its chassis, mainly geometry AND more to the point they never were able to control the flex needed to keep the front suspension working at high lean angles first because of the geometry of the engine and front chassis which reduced their option to nil or almost.
When the tyre breaktrough was achieved, front suspension were not able to cope with bumps at the lean angles they were taking (assymetric load and friction for the forks internals), reason why Stoner kept loosing the front, all manufacturers had issues with that, only Honda and Yamaha responded a lot faster, taking weeks where Ducati took month.
You can't compete vs the Japanese when it takes you six month to do what they do in 3 weeks, as simple as that, what could Rossi do in these condition apart try to stay in one piece?
supermario: LOL! I don't know about that but this is nothing new to me, i learned that from French M-C magazines in 1980 and from then chosed to set up my RDLC (79 the cantilever without YPVS) the same way. It worked then and it worked with R1 and YZF 1000, any Yamaha sport bike in fact, i don't know about other marks since i didn't get them to tracks.