I am more interested to see if he gets any more people through the turnstile down there.
It's a shame that the Scorpions didn't have a few more days to push the fact he's playing for them, I suspect it would get a few curious punters through the door, which could have tied in nicely with the World Cup being in town as well.
Personally, I think he'll do pretty well. He might not know the intricacies of the game yet, but if you're good enough to play top level domestic RU, you're good enough to play third-tier RL - he'll be bigger than the majority of players he's likely to find at this level, and he'll be fitter (these lads are semi-pros, let us not forget), and that should carry him through at the very least.
Whilst Alfie did get a smashing in that first game, he was thrown in after about a week, in a Super League game, and played some good stuff once he acclimatised. Whilst Crusaders couldn't afford financially not to throw Alfie in the deep-end, Wigan seem to be taking their time about Powell - I just hope they give him enough game time so he can compete for a World Cup place.