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I gotta say, my "YES!!" moment was when I fought Rayquaza for the first time in Ruby. I threw all of my Ultra Balls at it, came down to my last 2 Pokeballs (I also forgot to mention that I didn't save before the fight", and I ended up catching it with my 2nd-to-last Pokeball. It was ridiculous!!!
For the hardest, I would have to say Lance in HG/SS, mainly because I walked into that battle thinking "Oh, he's gonna be a pushover like he was in Gen II." Boy, was I mistaken. His Gyarados almost wiped out my team. In close second would be Cynthia. Her Garchomp didn't give me any troubles, but...
Very nice. I like the fact that you used Rattata instead of Spearow, since Spearow can't be found on Route 1 anyway. And I actually think having Pichu first is better than Pikachu, since both Ash and Pichu can bond more thoroughly.
Can't wait to see the first Gym battle against Brock! Keep it up!
Hm... Wallace was a pain for me in Emerald, and so was Cynthia in Diamond... but, I have to say Lorelei of the E4 in Pokemon Blue. She was one of my greatest obstacles to get past. If I could beat her, the rest was fairly easy.
Like Takaki said, you don't want to have to continually use Rapid Spin to get rid of the entry hazards, or have to spend your time setting up the entry hazards. It makes battling dull and useless. Stealth Rock is already dangerous enough as it is, plus adding Spikes and Toxic Spikes on top of...