After years of dithering over what improvements should be made to help referees deal with the increasing instances of player indiscipline (on and off the ball) and more importantly to increase the quality of entertainment on show, the SFA have at last grasped the nettle and decided on a major innovation.
Having toyed with various proposals such as instant replays, fourth and fifth officials located at the back of the goals and even the Hawkeye line calling system used in tennis, the powers that be have finally announced the introduction of cutting edge technology.
Of all the things that they could have done to try to boost the Scottish game, the Men In The Know have in their wisdom decreed that the priority is to cut down on the instances of anti social behaviour to and from the dressing room by installing a couple more cameras in the tunnel.
Just what's required to inject some much needed adrenalin into the ailing carcass that is laughingly referred to as the Great Game.
The next proposed changes, however, are even more radical.
SAS troops to patrol the streets around grounds and stop inconsiderate parking as well as Trading Standards officers monitoring the crispness of pies and the amount of stock cubes used in bovril.
The crowds will come flocking back.