Kirk I understand yours and everyones frustrations, we don't need a class on spotting, its covered very well in both RO1 and RO2. Every RO class I teach it is stressed to the utmost about spotting. The monthly matches at our club we will tend to get lazy about it at times. We often remind everyone at the safety meeting to be vigilant when spotting. Every State, Regional, and above match I attend, spotting is always addressed to be of the utmost importance. Its up to all of us to make sure we have good spotters, some people just don't like doing it or are not good at it, know your groups limitations and work around it. Creeker said it best in the above, if a shooter is trying their best it is all of our responsibility to make sure the TO and counters are to.