Our stage design rules really hinder us as it relates to short field courses. I'd love to see us adopt ipsc stage design rules. But not 3-2-1 rule. Because a 6-12 round field course with lots of movement/several positions can be far more interesting than a 32 rounder. I'd love a provision that says the WSB on individual stages can mandate remaining inside the fault lines. More over the top swingers. Tougher movers. Move movers in general. Fewer stars and circus props. More distance in general. Less hosing. More ipsc targets. More running/athleticism challenges. Tunnels, ladders, platforms, towers, etc. Basically I would love to combine the best parts of ipsc with the best parts of USPSA. Our course design has grown very vanilla, and frankly, a bit stale. There are only so many times and so many configurations you can arrange such that everyone runs to X, Y, and Z positions, standing upright the whole time, on one plane. We need a new (old?) standard that isn't afraid to acknowledge that everyone is not going to be able to address this challenge, or series of challenges, and be okay with that. The sport should be taxing and challenging in ways that may make you uncomfortable from time to time.