One benefit that I have hope will be the result of the IronMan blogging challenge is that Perl people will get more expressive in describing their design. What I can see now is that often there is a strong belief that some code has a good or bad design but any inquiry into why said design is good or bad ends in a 'because you are stupid and you don't understand' argument. While I agree that coding can be sometimes more productive than discussing, I think this rule should not be treated absolutely. All design is trading one thing for another one, having this trade-off stated explicitly gives us the power to weight it intelligently and appropriately to circumstances. In contrast an unnamed intuition can be only an article of our faith in the designers skills.
There is power in naming things as the popularity of Design Patterns shows.