From a practical standpoint, needing to change your deck every year would be very annoying, unless you ran it as full proxy or something.
And here I thought this was the best feature of the format. Being able to build a deck that is sustainable for a year, but also the ability to anticipate the next year.
But you are totally right. 2% inspiration, 98% perspiration is all that matters.
I'm not @JACO or @Prospero so I don't have the following, the dedication, or the means to promote an alternative format. I was merely passing on the 2%, or the idea. I thought the idea was awesome. This is a format that combines the best of Old School, Nostalgia, and Vintage, and that excites me. Maybe someone will pick up the gauntlet? Thanks for the feedback-