The sooner they put paid to doctored pitches the better. Only way to do it is to do away with the toss and give the visiting team the option.
And idiots who say Australia doctors pitches....before drop-ins, Brisbane swung and had good bounce for the spinners, Adelaide was a road for 4 days then started to crumble, Perth was fast and bouncy, Sydney spun from day 3 and Melbourne was juicy early and settled down into a good batting track until day 5. That was just the way the tracks were. Drop-ins have taken a lot of that character away, and I heard Stuart Law comment how he thought that took away Australian batsmen's to play variable conditions.