Yeah, let's get the boomer view of things. Their interests are rarely considered But, yeah.. I agree. I think having the decision made within a time-limit won't change things significantly and will drastically improve the viewing experience. This new idea where the ref has to go to view it on a screen by the pitch is exactly the wrong direction of travel. I assume they're on the comms to the people in the viewing room anyway so how much difference is that going to make. It strikes me that this is another example of the perfect being made the enemy of the good. I was never a fan of VAR in principle but I'm willing to give it a chance if it's used sensibly but, as you say, after viewing these decisions for an extended period of time they STILL don't know if it's right... so what's the point???