Should there be permanent floodlights at all Test grounds in England?
Bad light has always been the bane of both players and spectators, and with ticket pricing going up by the series (I understand a single Ashes ticket at one ground next year could cost £103 just for a seat), is it now time to bring in permanent floodlighting so that spectators get better value for money?
Here at Lord's today rain has not fallen, yet play has been suspended three times before the official tea break.
It annoys spectators and it's frustrating for players as there is no continuity to the day's play. Batsmen have to get their eye in again, and bowlers have to find their rhythm.
As I write, ten minutes after going off... They are coming on again.