And affect the Championship in a positive way. What if you looked at it like Celtic and Rangers join the Championship and Hearts join League One, or just Celtic join the Championship. Even though you are likely taking away one or two away's from Championship teams you are giving them one or two massive games against big teams. Even if they get promoted, that is two Premier League teams that get relegated and improve the Championship. As long as the revolving door of the Premier League and the Championship teams continues, with small teams like Stoke, Wigan, etc staying up and teams like Sunderland, Newcastle, Everton, Celtic, Rangers going down on occasion, you would be further improving the quality in the Championship. One or two Championship teams lose out, and go down, and slightly improve League One. The teams that bob up and down between the divisions would get more big days against the likes of the aforementioned Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Everton, Newcastle, Sunderland, etc just rarer than the teams that consistantly stay in the Championship. As much as you would like to believe otherwise, Scottish teams would add a fair amount to the English game. Of course a few teams will initially lose out greatly upon their arrival, but league restructuring has occurred many times. I suppose we all still feel sorry for the two teams that lost out when the Premier League went down to 20?