I'm not going to defend the Boundary Commission, not least because of the monstrous names they produced in the last review. But people in Badenoch know the area that refers to, and I dare say they'd struggle to point to Oldbury on a map as well.
Do you want to tell the Scottish Boundary Commission or shall I? I dare say more people could find Oldbury on a map than Badenoch and likewise Wednesbury over Doon Valley.
I mean, I do like me some Scottish Boundary Commission brain-explosions but even I had to consult a map over "Almond Valley".
They should have called it Almondvale and then everyone in Scotland at least would have known where it was.
My understanding is they wanted to differentiate between Westminster and Holyrood constituencies that were similar but not identical but that doesn't hold up to much scrutiny when you look at East Lothian. If you are going to do that, I think you need two very different systems applied across the board. You could have natural geography naming one lot, and built environment names for the other. But in no universe should there ever be a constituency called Lanarkshire South West.