I like the change in the short term. I think that a little variety is always nice and I think that custom 5v5s and 5v5 norms both offer different ways to review your gameplay. Not knowing your oponents before the game starts means you have to be able to adapt in the game which is a useful skill. I think as long as we're open to switching back to 5v5 customs if that's what people want is good but I also want to say that I am often available on some league of learning nights but if I see low numbers I won't come in because I don't want to unbalance teams just by being there. I know it's not fun getting smashed and I don't want to make league of learning a negative experience for someone. I just would like if we had a few ground rules in terms of how we review our games doing 5v5s on the ladder because I want it to be a different experience from playing games with my friends. A system where we talk about our draft and how we plan to approach the game as well as finding a good way to lead review sessions after game. One problem I've felt has always plagued league of learning is that no one is exactly sure what reviewing a game meaningfully in a short amount of time means. Oftentimes people just aren't sure what to focus on after a game ends and it can be hard to remember what the most important aspects of the game were. I know this post got a little rambly and unfocused but I guess the main takeaway would be I am fine with the changes as long as they aren't permanent and that I want there to be a concrete system of what we talk about when we review the game instead of awkwardly wondering what you're supposed to say about a game after it ends.