Hey everyone... Just an idea to ponder. When NBALive2005 was released a lot of analysis was done by passionate players on the acuracy of the stats. One major gripe they had was the blocks. TOO MANY BLOCKS was the cry. No NBA team gets that many blocks. My guy had 7 blocks. My team got 12 blocks. Etc etc etc. What people failed to realise was that these things DO HAPPEN in the real game. Team will finish a game with 12 blocks in real life. And same goes with Rugby results. So, when you are complaining about difficulty levels and score margins, just stop and think: because I don't like that it happened, does it mean it wouldn't happen? On a given day a team will turn over the ball a lot. On a given day a team will score a lot of tries or not many, or will miss a bunch of kicks or make a bunch. I realise that we don't want random happenings ruining a game we may be winning, or for a team to beat another team too easily. However there may be a day when Australia really struggles to get over Arentina. Or Wales downs NZ. Example: the TAB picked the Blues to beat the Chiefs in the weekend by 13+ points. In the end result the Blues didn't even score a try. Note: I'm not talking gameplay here but results. When someone says I should be able to beat Ireland on hard with NZ there is more at work that just what you think... Comments? Discuss?