Try having a look at the latest article on their official website: http://www.intbadfed.org/Portal/desktopdefault.aspx?tabid=10&ItemID=1903 The last paragraph reads: " The event has received positive feedback from many people and although there are some quarters who have expressed alternative opinions, it seems that the overall consensus is that many have welcomed the new scoring system. Umpire Tomoharu Sano of Japan said: "The game is now very fast and the officials have to be very alert too at all times. It's an exciting change." " Wow, so according to this IBF article, the new scoring format was welcomed by most people (overall consensus). But why can't they find a positive comment from the top players or coaches who are the people most qualified to give a professional opinion? Why can't they find a positive comment from the spectators who are the ones really concerned about the entertainment value of matches. No they have to get a comment from an UMPIRE! The reason is because the truth is that most players didn't like the new scoring system. Just read your newspapers (not written by IBF). IBF must be desperate. Someone must have some personal agenda behind all this.