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Jackson6612May I know the reason for 'will' being inappropriate above?
"Will you ..." is most often used to ask whether someone has the intention of doing something in the future. For example: "Will you be home late tonight?" In your sentence, you are essentially asking "Do you consider..." (present), and you are using "would" to soften the question.
Mr Wordy"Will you ..." is most often used to ask whether someone has the intention of doing something in the future.
Oh, and I forgot to mention that it's also used to ask someone to do some task for you, as in "Will you get that report I asked for, please?". However, when the person you're talking to is not subordinate, a softer and more polite form of wording is usually called for (e.g. "I wonder if you would mind...").
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Thank you very much. I always like the replies which give guidlines on the grammar.

Best wishes
Jack