We often discuss more obvious measures of RMV and, to a degree, SMV. Do you put effort into your appearance? Do you get along with his family? Do you have good domestic qualities? Do you let him lead? There is one quality which I personally don't feel we discuss enough, though: financial stability.
It seems a bit contrary to RP that this doesn't come up more often, considering that one of the most legitimate fears men face, when considering marriage, is a financial one. Additionally, financial struggles are often cited as the number one cause of divorce. As champions of marriage, I think it's important to consider our own financial situation before marrying and to continue to do so as an active partner in our marriages.
If you're single, is your financial situation something you're considering? If you're married/committed, at what point did you and your SO discuss financial matters? What was your financial situation when you were dating and how much do you think this effected your RMV? Did you sign or consider a prenup? How active are you in the finances in your marriage?