Not quite - Willis didn't run anything close to 1:45.5/3:32.6 in March but only in late summer in Europe. Bayer could improve by as much as Wheating did last year. As an aside Willis recently ran 1:52 for 800 and 14:20 for 5K.
Did you miss the past where i said if Bayer runs 332 and makes worlds semi's, then we can talk. Right now Bayer has done nothing to indicate he can run that type of time. Running the times he did indoors is not indicative of that type of performance. He's damn good, and maybe he will run those types of times. But right now he's done nothing of the sort.
Not sure what the point of the "as an aside" part was. Willis has also run 3:38 and 3:56.2 and surely is peaking much later in the year.