Maybe in terms of perceived skill/numbers (though still unlikely in that it's unlikely any given player will be as good as a first ballot hall of famer in his prime), but not in terms of relativity.

I think people really underestimate how much the rule changes have helped PGs like Rondo. But because they've helped rondo, they've helped a lot of others (CP, Lowry, Lawson, Irving, Parker, Nash, Westbrook, etc.), so the entire field of comparison has shifted upwards. Kidd, no matter what era, was always going to stand out because he had in his prime the same speed as today's guards but was so uniquely gifted in his size and strength. CP is probably talented enough that he would have still stood out in the handcheck era, but I bet D-Will would have been considered at least as good as CP3 if both hit their primes healthy a few years ago. Unfortunately, Rondo's production relative to his position is just, at this point, not enough superior to enter the Kidd-Prime stratosphere. I hope it gets there, though.