I'm not singling you out... I've had a thought brewing for a day or two and finally have a chance to get it out. I'm curious as to how many of you who object to no-stop have actually ridden no-stop. I have been riding a modern bike in a club with no-stop rules for 2 seasons now. It's not "crashing through sections" etc. It's trials. Slow and in control with precision and balance. There are several guys who ride events in this series that ride traditional events as well. Their riding styles don't change dramatically and the sections are very similar. It isn't endurocross. You can't ride your XR650L. You still see some hopping, some turning nose wheelies, etc. - just with more finesse. I look forward to seeing how great riders adapt. I'm in no position to say which is better or to even have an opinion. I just think some of you are making it out to be much more of a change than it probably will be.