I'm not necessarily a proponent of no-stop as much as I just don't like the idea of watching a guy sit still for an eternity, especially when he's dragging his bike around while doing it. I posted the video because it shows hope for those riders ready to quit over no-stop that trials can still be fun and exciting to watch. For me, get rid of the foot down while stopped = 1 and find a way to keep things moving and I'm happy. Stop, backwards, sideways, whatever... if the feet are on the pegs I'd call it good. I'm curious to see what other rules might be in the pipeline. I watched a video online yesterday where a rider was stopping and hopping for every direction change. He was clearly a much better rider than me in that he could do all the hopping, but it looked to me that the turns were perfectly doable in a traditional way. Looked like he'd never really learned to turn, instead learning to hop. Not necessarily right, wrong, good or bad - it just struck me as interesting. Seemed like he was making it a lot harder than it should have been.