Frankly I like Nick but I still think it's pretty masturbatory. It'd have been way funnier if the plan was not to actually file it, just to make LawTwit go into a tizzy and try to waste MoRon's time and money responding to a non-existent document.
I think a fair amount that's in it will become quite evident almost as soon as they look at the record, if they're at all competent. The very first thing of importance in the procedural history is there's a complaint, a first amended complaint, a second amended complaint, and a dispute over which one is the operative pleading. There is a motion to strike the second amended complaint. What's the ruling on it? Oh, there isn't one. And then there's the blanket denial of every single pending motion at the end of the case.