I share your opinions to a degree Masaka, unfortunately i think for Andy winning Wimbledon is his highest priority, there is too much at stake for him personally and with tennis history as a whole. He is our best hope for now and the forseeable future of winning it and he knows it regardless of wether he thinks we deserve a homebred Wimbledon champ or not, he will want to do it not just for himself but for us and i hasten to add he will be majorly dissapointed if he never wins it.
On the plus side though, he handles the pressure well, he always plays great there and he has now tasted what it's like to be a finalist - he's also now a slam champion so that will relieve the pressure slightly.
But i agree with you about the draw, it all depends who he meets and even more so if he gets to the final. If he does reach the final again, i pray it's not Federer as that will bring back to many bad memories, not just for us but for him too, and Fed will be looking to make further history.
If it's Novak, then i hope he has won the French open already and is feeling generous
but of course we cannot rely on that.