The NASL has always been accommodative to the CFU, Canadian, US and CONCACF Cup participants. The problem with the CFU Caribbean Cup is that is its run by the CFU. To quote Sam Mussabini, I have seen better organized riots. Last year, the first and second round dates changed due to venue problems and the finals moved due to teams not being able to get visas for their players. Don't know how it went this year, but the teams in this year's Champions League were to be expected. If PRI makes a come back, their initial goal will be to return to Caribbean prominence (read make the Champions League again) and then be competitive in the NASL and make the playoffs via whatever format they use next year. I think this could be done with hard work and organization. In the past, hard work has not been a problem for the Islanders. The organization part has been hard to come by.