Aside from Dimitrov being the clear favourite to win RG (anyone with any brains should be able to agree with this..) here are a couple thoughts from my end.
Ryan Harrison won a match! And will now face Isner in the second round. Upshot? At least one American into third round at RG. I hope it's Harrison, probably won't happen. Kid needs to take half a year off and just move to Europe and play on clay if he wants a good future. Raonic, Dimitrov, Gulbis and all are making big strides and have more weapons than Harrison does AND seem to be more consistent.
Another American youngster I want to see more of: Jack Scok, but he's up against Spaniard GGL so probably a straight set loss.
Nadal d. Brands, good win. He played a bunch of different kind of players in Rome, I think he's in great form. A set here and there is the most anyone can manage against Nadal anyway.
Djokovic vs. Goffin. I like Goffin, wish he had a slightly better draw. I hope he gets to take a set or two off Novak at least.
Paire vs. Baghdatis. I used to like Baghdatis, well still do, but Paire is on the upswing and is interesting, here's hoping he can make a few rounds to play Nishikori and Nadal.
Looking forward to a Gasquet vs. Wawrinka fourth round and hopefully an interesting QF with one of those two vs. Nadal.
I have given my thoughts about Monfils d. Berdych. I think Berdych should have won but what can you do, chalk it up to an off day and an unpredictable but inspired opponent. At least now I can openly root for Gulbis to make the Quarters from this portion.
Raonic has a good shot at making the fourth round here and possibly play Ferrer. We'll see how his ground game holds up, over the next two rounds he'll have to play Llodra and Anderson, neither of whom are clay-court notables with a great ground game. So Raonic, hold your serve and show your improvement in your movement and consistency and you'll have yourself a date with Ferrer in the fourth round.
Tsonga shouldn't have any troubles till the Quarters. Cilic unfortunately is a non-factor for the most part.
Simon d. Hewitt in 5, not sure if this is a testament to Grandpa Lleyton or a shame for Simon, simon's better than this. He shouldn't need this much effort to beat Hewitt. But he should still 'comfortably' make the fourth round to face Federer.
Federer - comfortable win and that should continue till he has to play Benneteau and simon in the third and fourth rounds and even then, he should not be dropping any sets before the quarters potentially against Tsonga.