We traditionalists are constantly being told to accept the fact that the game has moved on and is now a business; and because of being in the entertainment business, we need to fiddle with the Laws to ensure that we play "smart creative running rugby", to quote the current Czar.
What we should focus on and be proud of is that, uniquely among the football codes, professional players including ex-internationals can come back and freely participate in the competitions and with the clubs that built our sport, that is, the premier level competitions in Sydney and Brisbane. That is not something we should be ashamed of and want to change. It's something we should celebrate and treasure. Rugby in Australia is still a game for the players and doesn't belong to the blow-ins who draw handsome salaries from it.