To just give glimpse of how highly the company thought of Brent when he did come up there was talk of placing him with Chris Benoit as sort of a mentor/protégé relationship. But as we all know things didn't go the way it was initially laid out and within a few months of his call up Albright was off television again. However, very quickly after his departure from WWE he would move onto ROH and actually a little push by the company but receive the most success once he joined the NWA.
Overall, I do think that Albright was plenty capable in the ring but never really was able to show enough charisma on the microphone. I do think that the lack of charisma may have played a part in his lack of success in the E, but much like a Malenko or Benoit he could've accomplished more if given a shot. Don't get me wrong with the WWE giving him a name like Gunner Scott it didn't really help his case and may have never really allowed his career to start right.