That is a lot of effort to not share an opinion. I didnt say there werent negatives and even acknowledged that I may have missed some. I am more than happy to consider negatives, but many that often see are just excuses. Who are the intellegent people against it and what do they have to gain by keeping things the way they are? I think I stated that the way you were handling the discussion reminded me of a child. Maybe that is on me. I grew up playing a bunch of sports. As kid, I dreamed of playing college in at least two sports. I saw first hand different levels of competition and pressure, so when someone says things like Freidel it is glaringly obvious. Maybe you are someone who didnt experience these things so you dont understand what he is saying. The trouble with this path is that you dont know and are taking a hard position instead of trying to learn from others who have been through this... like Friedel. I simply want to know what you think are the negatives. I will learn something and/or explain why I dont think they are that negative. The biggest negative i can think of off the top of my head is that winning can take a higher priority to development, but think if development is the focus, then the player should likely be in a lower division.