I am not in favour of any change to the rules, they have been buggered around with enough already.
the current congestion that we are seeing will naturally work it's way out if we keep making new laws very soon we will not recognize the game at all.
reducing rotations makes the players more tired and slows them down is a suggestion people make, but why do we want to see them tired running around. I want to see the players at full speed and effort.
zones fundamentally change the structure of our game. and the ideas around about certain numbers being excluded from the square until the ball comes out and other such ideas would be a bugger to officiate and would only slow the game down while we wait for players to be in their set positions and the umpires to check.
leave the numbers of players alone too otherwise again you drastically change how the game flows and matches up.
leave the length of the game alone too lazy bastards (looking at you dangerfield)
Keep the hard tackling and the bump.
I am for the abolition of nominating the rucks. just bounce the ball, if three players go up then a penalty is imposed. I have heard counter arguments that it would be open to manipulation and trickery about who was really going up but that is actually a positive in my mind, and throws some added tactics to the ruck contest.
the game has had too many changes and what we are seeing is a result, let it evolve, and it will become something much improved than what we currently are seeing. you can see it in the better games this year the game is actually headed in a great direction, if we don't stuff it up first.