In which Rarity is actually honest about her intentions. Seriously, Rarity can be really selfish at times. Although BGB has a theory that the character's vices are the opposite of their elements, which is why they are tested so often in the show.
It's awesome! But it's been done tons of times. Which isn't a bad thing it just means it's been done, and the reason why it's been done so many times is because it's a funny concept, the fact the element of generousity is so greedy. And greed goes very far when you bring Fluttershy to help you carry heavy tapestries and not a stallion like Big Mac or the stallions that are apparently her neighbours, but that's besides the point, I love the fact that you put "And use it to make myself rich" 'cause that seriously made me laugh.
The muzzles are a bit long, the legs are a bit fat, the ears at almost the right size but still a lil big, but everything else is great. the background looks like Lauren Faust and Hasbro made it themselves, Rarity's curl is on the correct side, (you have no idea how much that means to me, I'm so perfectionistic. XD) rarity's eyes are the right shape, fluttershy's wings are a bit high at the back, but it's possible she can do that. (she already did once in the actual show.) This is quite impressive for a beginner artist and comic-maker.. Well, considering you were a beginner back when this was made. at least, I think you were.this is good, and if anybody disagrees with me, I'll call them bloody crazy in the brain.
One theory is that the characters are specifically tested frequently in the aspect of their element. For example, as far as I can tell, Applejack has lied more than any other character in the show, even if you take out the time when she was discorded ~Drawponies
I have no idea who BGB is, but I like his/her theory. It makes sense, if you think about it.
Rarity - the element of generosity, but can be really selfish at times. Applejack - the element of honesty, but still capable of breaking promises. Pinkie Pie - the element of laughter, but if she gets depressed, she REALLY gets depressed. Fluttershy - the element of kindness, but can be very aggressive when her patience runs out. Rainbow Dash - the element of loyalty, but often tries to escape responsibility. Twilight Sparkle - the element of magic, yet always prefers a rational/scientific approach.
Firstly, he never actually called himself confident. And secondly, the fact that he conceded to Fluttershy doesn't make him unconfident - it makes him fair. He said he will not take payment from unsatisfied customers, and he kept his promise. No dishonesty here.