OK, I'm new to PFL, and I like a lot of what I see. Sorry for sounding (being) so noobish on all this. I see PFL's point structure of 3pts for a win, 1 for a draw, 0 for a loss, and 3pts for a 1st round finish, 2 for a 2nd round finish, and 1 for a 3rd. 1) Do I have that right? Did I miss anything? 2) What do you think of this? I'm fascinated that a guy like Vinny M can lose his first fight but win his next in the second round and possibly be equal with someone who's 2-0. So now I'm wondering what people who have been following this for awhile think. A few thoughts off the bat: 1) Americans may not get this, but Rugby Union fans ARE certainly used to the idea behind getting more points for more impressive wins. 2) And Americans kinda should anyway. For example, College Football and Basketball rankings are often indirectly impacted by how dominant a wins is (unlike the professional league sports where a win is a win, period). 3) My guess is we all agree, no matter how flawed it is, it's better than title shots being granted for popularity instead of merit (e.g. a cheap shot at UFC). Happy New Year.