It was my comment.
The user specifically was asking how to position the letters so they read correctly. He wasn't asking how to redesign the piece.
I felt the users deciding they should design it for him were going too far.
If you look at the other answers, they all address the question "How does this read?" and "How can I improve the order in which the initials are read?"
I'm sure everyone could have redesigned the piece for better legibility, but that wasn't the question.
If someone asks "Which of these blues should I use here?" and a user answers, "use red!" it's just as off the mark.
It's fine to add your own spin. In this case a redesign. However, the actual question being asked still should be answered.
Only my opinion.