Kiske would have been the best by far. Amazing singer (soft voice my ass) could hit all the high notes with ease (and actually his English accent was out of this world even when he was 17 and made the first album with Helloween), amazing frontman at that time with a really commanding stage presence and, let’s be honest, a great physical appearance. He could probably rejuvenate Iron Maiden and made Harris make some albums in the epic style of 7th son though Harris had obviously gone to the deep end in the nineties, as most eighties bands and musicians had , from Metallica to Judas Priest, and didn’t know what musical approach Iron Maiden should take in that difficult, for classic metal, decade. I wouldn’t mind blaze if Harris was 100% committed which means making the x-factor in an expensive studio with a great producer and thus a great sound . That album was buried by its production, the songs sounded 10000000 times better live though Blaze would always face the problem of not being able to sing Dickinson’s songs.