Attention WordPress developers:
Password "padding" is a highly effective method for making complex passwords that are easy to remember. Consider the example password "88888KaT_88888" which registers as "weak" according to WordPress 3.7. That is NOT a weak password. It contains upper and lower case letters with symbols, and is over 14 characters long without any dictionary words!
It is a pain to require ridiculously complex passwords -- there's no need for this. I don't want to spend all day resetting and typing passwords when it's completely unnecessary.
WordPress 3.7's password complexity check is flawed.