So, we'll see if this is the FINAL final character sheet, but I believe that it is. That is, of course, unless some of you find flaws with it. It's pictured below (click on the image for a larger view).
What we have here is an example of what will be the final page of every Complete Character for the foreseeable future. It's a complete d20 stat sheet to complement the three-page writeups of the individual characters. Stats are given for a low, medium, and high level iteration of the character for maximum flexibility in the use of a wide variety of games and campaigns.
All stats are included. The only thing left for a Game/Dungeon Master to do is to apply any specific, situational bonuses that are granted by Talents and Feats. For example, the character has a given Ranged Attack Bonus, but that doesn't include additional bonuses from Feats such as Weapon Focus or Point Blank Shot. This noted exception is given right on the sheet, so it won't be missed by mistake, and adding such bonuses is a no-brainer for any experienced gamer to interpret. Characters with a huge skill list may also find it culled to only the most pertinent skills for use with the character, but I don't see that being a huge problem, either.
So, what do you think?
Edit: Here's a slight update. I filled in the blocks with numbers that look more "right" than the one above, put in a short blurb explaining the multi-level stat sheet shading, and changed the shadow columns for Ability Scores/Combat Stats/Saves to be long and mirror those of the Skills. If people like that better, I'll compress those blocks a little bit to keep the spacing consistent, which will give me a little more room up top. Better? Worse?
More Edit: Still tinkering with this. Here's the same sheet as in the original edit, but compacted a bit, plus a short block detailing the build. I could cut down on the vertical white space between the blocks, but I think it might start to run together.