Another question about stacking. Yeah, I know some object to the perjorative being used to describe a perfectly legal practice, but I'll use it as shorthand anyway. I don't understand how stacking would ever really achieve anything. Say strong players are "S" and weak players are "W." My doubles line-up is SS, SW, WW and my singles line-up is W, S. If my opponent has a stronger team with more S's, they should beat us playing straight, so there would be no need to stack. If my opponent were weaker with more Ws, they can't beat us no matter what they do, right? If the teams are evenly matched, how could a stack possibly help? I ask because I wonder whether teams who complain of losing due to a stack would probably have lost anyway.