I have been thinking about a rule change for a while now and after seeing Cameron Smith pack in at lock for a scrum last night thought I would ask the learned folk on the forum what they thought. It seems that the game has become too predictable and that a blueprint of 5 hit ups and a kick with a good chase is repeated time after time. I have heard Bill Harrigan say on the radio that it has come too far to get the contest back into the srum and that means in 99.9% of cases the side feeding the srum gets possession. So I was thinking why not make the scrum feed decided by the video referee pushing a button. As players walked to the scrum the logo of the side who's feed it is could flash up on the scoreboard and over the full 80 minutes they should even out. I think teams would get a lot more chances in their oppositions red zone and that it would make games more exciting. It would also lessen the discrepancies over strips and forward passes. Players would not be afraid to try passes in their own half because there is fifty fifty chance they would get the ball back if a knock on or dropped ball occurs. Wingers & fullbacks would not be able to let kicks dribble out because they might not get the feed. Anyway just a thought.