There have been a number of objections to Warrior's Wield in this other thread. Confronting them all simultaneously is very confusing. So, I'd like to see what you think of the following spell, which should be far less controversial (from what I've read). Who would object to it, and why? If I have not misunderstood jebrick's position, he should be ok with it. If something like a consensus is reached on Gauntlet of Ogre Power (GoOP for short), then it would be easier to address Warrior's Wield, which I see as a variant, albeit with a few fundamental differences.
Gauntlet of Ogre Power, Rego Terram 5
R:Touch, D:Diam, T:Ind
This spell controls a metal gauntlet that the magus is wearing on his hand, making it follow with great force the magus' slightest pressure. As a result, to the magus the gauntlet and anything it is wielding, grasping, pushing, lifting, crushing etc. feel as light as feathers (and do not add to the magus' Load), but they are manipulated as if the magus were an extremely strong person (Strength +5). Except for the strength boost provided by the gauntlet, any action undertaken by the magus is otherwise resolved normally, using the magus' other characteristics and abilities.
For example, attacks made with the gauntleted hand (or with a weapon it wields) use the magus' normal attack skill, but are resolved as if the magus had Strength +5. Note that a punch, slap, or other attack made directly with the gauntleted hand is magically resisted, but an attack with a weapon held or thrown by the gauntleted hand in general is not (as per HoH:S, p.30).
Base 1 "Control or move dirt in a natural fashion", +2 Metal, +1 Touch, +1 Diameter
Note: I am assuming Base 1, "control or move dirt in a natural fashion", because the gauntlet is moving just as if it were moved by a stronger person wearing it -- no floating around on its own etc. I can't quite see anything more "natural" save something that would be happening on its own anyways, in which case no magic would be needed!