It will be, I agree. I'm coming round to the idea of Rosberg as champion (gracious of me I know). I think what I'm disappointed about is the lack of on track battles this year. We had Nico move over in Monaco. We had them take each other out in Spain (thanks guys, I travel all the way to Barcelona and don't even see a racing lap of a Mercedes). We had Austria. But most of the time, one or the other has either made a mistake or had a problem, and they've had to recover from it to end up finishing on the podium. I'd guess that Nico's engine was (quite rightly) running at 90% most of this morning.
Nico's win in Singapore was faultless. But other than that, has he been that impressive? I'd suggest probably not. He's done what's been required of him, and been very composed and consistent, and that's great. But he's not really set the world on fire.