Sounds good to me. The game has become stale and crowds are dwindling at many SL and almost all Championship clubs, so what's a better alternative to this? Trying to please everybody is absolutely the way to go in order to reinvigorate our struggling sport. Bring it on for me.
I don't think it's fair to say that crowds are dwindling - there appears to be some challenges this year but I would put that more down to the economy so we need to be careful not to knee-jerk.
That said, there are more and more vocal fans who appear to have taken Leeds' recent victories badly and now talk down the regular rounds. If the cut is after only 11 rounds teams need to hit the ground running.
It's fair to say that in Rugby league (and probably sport in general in this country) that people seem to find it difficult to discuss these ideas without going to the extremes.
It's either a farce and it will kill the game, or it's the only way and the game will die if we don't do it.
I try and stay somewhere in the middle, there are benefits and challenges around every idea.