Clay's concerns about sniping were also warranted.
I've seen too many people fly under the radar for a day, only to have multiple bids rocket them up to believe otherwise.
I still think getting rid of the damn clock takes care of this. You can just sort by the clock time and know everyone that's rec'd a bid. You can even wait until there's an hour or so left and then toss another bid in.
Nobody knows when/how a FA is going to make up their minds, it makes no sense to me at all to have a running clock that tells everyone exactly who's getting offers and when.
I know the goal was 'complete transparency', but there's entirely too much of it. There's really no incentive at all to have done your homework here.
EDIT: Even if CD wants to make sure that there's 3 days after each bid before it closes (which is way way too much time, IMO), there's still no reason at all to make it obvious when that three days expires. You can have your consistent time periods without also having a running clock alongside for everyone to sit there and stare at.
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