Could be that I'm completely off here, but I was asking myself what is the value of the UFA RFA system under a cap? I mean, if a player wants to change a club that was willing to pay his salary he couldn't have changed it because it was forbidden if the guy was RFA and the qualifying offer has been made. But in reality that offer would mainly have come from big market teams. If you have a cap system now, the financial room that a team has is much smaller then before, obviously, so teams will think twice which player to sign. So, couldn't it be that this rule now is more or less useless if a cap is coming. So the owners could let this one drop and by that giving in to a union demand. That should be good for the negotiations. As said, I could be way off. Tell me what you think.