I'll post for all the 2005 games:
Lynn: £4,300 at 5 box, as odds were the £35,000 was going in the final round and I didn't want to start off the series with a blue win that would encourage future cautiousness
Mark: £9,900 OPW. While the 5 box offer was very generous, the 2 things that would have pushed me on was the generosity Lynn got the day before meaning I had no reason to believe the banker would low-ball the final offer and the relative stability as he was guaranteed £500 at that point
Anita: Probably crash to a swappy £750. I'd certainly Deal the £33,000 today but at that point I would definitely expect the banker would offer 6 figures if I kept the £250,000 so I would have chased that.
Rachel: Definitely a swappy £75,000. Her 5 box offer was the first derisory offer dealt in the series and if I was playing I certainly wouldn't let him entertain the thought that he could push his luck a bit more with the offers.
Haleem: The 2 box offer if it was £15,000 or more, otherwise a swappy £3,000. The 8 box offer would have been a deal in 2008 and very marginal since £50k Doreen's game as I would be playing for a mega-money 5 box offer with that configuration.
Oli:Swappy £15,000 both back then and today. I would definitely Swap back then for the title of the first swapper.
Dilys: Swappy 1p. No trying to claim otherwise as I already claimed I would have no dealt H2005's 5 box offer and won £13,500 more than him via the swap in his game, and it was essentially the same offer adjusted for the higher 2 box offers back then.
Paul: £6,500 at 5 box for the OPW, as the offer at 76% of the average was just about enough for me not to chase the probable £14k+ 2 box offer if the £35,000 stayed back then.
Shell: Swappy £1,000. It wouldn't have been any different today as I would chase either the £250,000 or a £75,000+ 2 box offer when the offer is below £30,000 and there is modest backup.
Natalie: £47,000 at box now and back then as it is very close to my £50,000 target and at 77% of the average it wouldn't be worth chasing an extremely generous 2 box offer.
Maurice: £105,000 at 2 box. While his 5 box offer would be very marginal for me today, back then it definitely was worth another round in an effort to chase a 2 box offer like that.
Lyndsey: £50,000 (my target) at 2 box but today her 8 box and 5 box offers would pose a much bigger quandary with the lack of guaranteed generosity.
Adrienne: £39,000 OPW both today and back then. I definitely would chase an offer like that even with her 8 box and the 40% of a 6 figure final offer wasn't worth it when the other 60% meant crashing from £39,000 to a blue.
Madie: £14,800 at 8 box. At 82% of the average, there was very little potential upside in any other period besides then, and I certainly couldn't anticipate an AMO at 5 box given he never offered one before that.
Jan: £48,000 at 2 box. Nowadays the £18,100 at 5 box wold be a Deal for me, but back then it was definitely worth declining in hopes of getting an offer like the one she did at 2 box.
Jayne: Swappy £3,000 both back then and today.
Jennifer: £52,000 at 5 box. Even with the very generous 2 box offers back then, I only risk an amount above my £50,000 target when the banker is trying to but me very cheap for the board.
Elaine B: £15,000 at 2 box. Her 5 box offer would be very marginal for me today, though.
Leigh: £3,600 at 5 box both back then and today.
Len: Swappy £250, though his 5 box offer would be VERY marginal today (and a Deal back in 2008).
Lisa: £17,800 at 5 box, though I probably would Deal the £8,100 offered at 8 box today unless the banker made a generous guarantee.
Mally: £54,000 at 5 box like everyone else. That game was an insult to Deal or no Deal as we know it.
Trevor: £47,000 at 5 box, though his 8 box offer would be a very tough call today.
Raj: Swappy £500 both back then and today.
Andy K.: £20,000 at 5 box both back then and today, though it wouldn't take much less back them for me to chase the 40% of a £40k+ offer
Rita: £29,000 at 5 box both back then and today, as it was 90% of the average and there was still a 10% chance of the offer crashing to less than a grand.
John: £14,000 at 2 box both back then and today as his 8 box was too stable to deal anything less than 75% of the average.
Eddie: £10,100 at 5 box both back then and today.
Sara: £55,000 at 5 box both back then and today due to my target.
Tina: £2,000 at 2 box both back then and today.
Kai: Swappy 50p, anticipating a £30k+ 2 box offer if the £75,000 stayed. The £7,500 at 5 box would be a Deal today, though.
Elaine: £21,000 at 5 box back then, £12,000 at 8 box today.
Audrey: £8,500 at 2 box back then, swappy £20,000 today as there's no way the offer would've been anywhere near that high today with the 1p there.
Rob: £10,000 from the box back then (as I keep 9 and 19 on the table), £3,800 today as the banker wouldn't go up much unless I had the ensuing 10% perfect round.
Jo: £19,000 at 8 box both back then and today as it was very generous at 83% of the average.
Jeff: £40 2 box comedy deal both back then and today. An instance in which being a £50,000 targetist can be fatal.
Karen: £55,000 at 5 box, though the £17,000 at 8 box would be a Deal today unless I convinced the Banker I was a confetti hound.
Mary-Ann: £23,000 at 5 box, though the £18,000 at 8 box would definitely be a Deal today.
Chris: £57,000 at 5 box, though the £24,000 at 8 box would certainly be a Deal today.
Lee: £50,000 at 5 box back then, probably £17,800 at 8 box today.It clearly was a lot easier to win £50,000 back then than it is today.