Was anyone else bothered by the way the schedule was put together for this season? I really did not enjoy seeing the same teams for 4 weekends in a row. I believe this happened with the Revs and Metros and Quakes. I can't exactly pin the nail on why this annoyed me so much but I like to see different teams. I basically missed out on the entire season of a couple of teams. Where was Dallas and Kansas City? I think I saw Dallas play twice and KC once and I didn't miss a single Soccer Saturday. I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure. Another idea I have for improvement for next season involves the stadiums. I think it's good to open the season at Crew stadium and also in the future, LA's new stadium. After that, through most of the season, it doesn't matter which stadiums the games are at. It doesn't until football season. For the last 6 weeks of the season or so, I think all the broadcasts should be held at Crew stadium, LA's new stadium, Spartan stadium, and RFK to avoid the football lines. It would also be great to start doing a broadcast of the Rapids' Fourth of July game every year. That would be one hell of an atmosphere for soccer on the t.v. I know most of you have seen a broadcast of a champions league game. If not, it starts in like two weeks so make sure you tune in. But anyways, I think MLS needs to take note of the way they show highlights of the other game. I'm not talking about at halftime where they show all the goals, but I'm talkin about during the game. An example would be like having Real Madrid v. Anderlecht at the same time as Arsenal v. Leverkusen. If the Real game was being shown, every time a goal occured in the other game, the broadcast of the Real game would show it at the next stoppage in play. What if they schedule two games to be played at 4:00 each Saturday. Then MLS could do this same thing. I think it's a pretty cool idea. Tell me what you think of all this. Maybe I'm the only one bothered my the schedule. And maybe I'm the only one who thinks this is a good idea.