The subject has been brought up before on CathInfo over the years -- some single Trad guys have expressed that they want a woman who is a "10" on a 1 to 10 scale, the theory being that having a supermodel wife will help them resist all the less-attractive women they find around them at work, etc.
First of all, that doesn't work. Biologically, ALL men are compatible with ALL women. And human nature tends to curiosity, getting sick of what you have, wondering what's on the other side of the fence, the "new and exciting", etc. So temptations will always be there. No matter how beautiful your wife is, there are still about 4.5 billion women you can't think about in a sexual way, much less touch. Ergo, you need to develop virtue.
But my point today is:
Some might say, "but there's no harm in wanting/getting a stunningly beautiful wife, as long as she's also a good Catholic, etc..."
But I would disagree. All the talk on forums like this would tend to propagate the idea that, "that is what guys want. If you want to be married, you have to..."
... be jealous of the Kardashians and all the other (objectively) ugly, plastic Hollywood sex toys that prance about the silver screen.
If even one single Trad woman gets thrown off course by thinking that guys want THAT, rather than a docile spouse, one who has self-control, a good Catholic, hard working, with a good prayer life and spirit of mortification, etc. (you know, the kind of women that Scripture has praise for) then that would be a tragedy.
Because it's a fact that women are also competitive in their own way -- with other women. They incline towards jealousy (just as men incline towards anger, pride, etc.) and they crave and need attention. If they perceive that becoming Kim Kardashian is the way to rise above their competition and get the man of their dreams, they will go that route, at least as much as a Catholic living outside Hollywood can do.
In short, if you single men want to find good wives, then please create demand for good wives, and not more hollywood, superficial "beauties" or "hot" women.
As a married man well into the task of raising a natural-sized family, I'm here to tell you that there are MANY OTHER factors you should consider when choosing your spouse, apart from how "hot" she is.
Of course, it all depends on what you're after. If you're after a lifestyle similar to that of Kanye West, then you should ignore my advice. But if you're looking to raise a Traditional Catholic family, have all the children God sends you, homeschool them so they don't end up losing the Faith, etc. then you'll want a woman who won't spend you broke (maybe even one who's good with money), one with self-discipline, one who is organized, smart, etc.
Those are the traits we should highly value, both in person and online, and create a huge perceived demand.
I saw a close up of the face of one of those "supposed to be beautiful" famous people the other day -- and I actually thought, "Yuck". They inject liquid silicone into their lips and faces, wear TONS of makeup, sometimes their eyebrows are completely drawn on -- again, "YUCK!".