I propose a rule change to prevent lay and pray. No one knows quite how advantageous it is the maintain top position for a majority of the fight. In most cases, it seems very advantageous. However, this type of style, can make for some boring fights to watch, and some fighters entering into a complacent fight style. This complacent fight style I think is not in favor of the spirit of the sport. I think the problem lays in the term "effective grappling". I think that "positioning" throughout the round should equate to some number of significant strikes, say 5. For example, if you had one take down or 7, which led you to have better positioning in general throughout the round, it would be as if you had landed 5 significant strikes. No more stealing the round with one takedown, or calculated victories by simple overpowering and control that leaves both fighters able to continue at the end of the match and leaves all fans wondering what could/should be.