Ok, I'm new on here and new to Lasers. But, an old hat to sailing and boating in general. Born sailing a Sunfish on a lake in the back yard to inland/coastal sailing a Hobie 16. I also know this is probably a topic that is/has been beaten to death.... what's up with these ridiculous class rules?? Specifically for rigging. I get the one design concept, let's keep that intact. But, who cares how it's rigged?? All the performance has already been squeezed out of the design so let's make it easier/quicker to rig. For starters. ... how about a lock pin for the rudder? Second, attach a block to the outhaul fairlead? Third, attach a hoop of line to the downhaul grommet so you can just quick pin the Cunningham to it. Fourth, I haven't completely figured the best solution for this yet, to be able to attach a block permanently to the goose neck for the outhaul. I know I'm a little spoiled after sailing the Hobie for years. Cables and quick pins are nice!! I just can't wrap my head around this nonsense. And the hull build don't get me started there. Let's just update the material and build specs and call it the Laser 2.0 or something and have two different fleets. New and old.... simple. Am I crazy???