Since it's inception, Scoreguide has worked pretty well; but even in the beginning, it was obvious that those who 'programmed' this piece of the DirecTV 'architecture' never actually used it much (particularly on baseball), if at all, as several RSN's use the lower right part of the screen to put their own 'scorebug'. So, if one wanted to 'keep an eye' on another game, they had to 'cover up' the stats on the game they were watching. Now, it was generally a problem only on a few RSN's, but lately this season, more and more RSN's (most recently NESN) have switched from a 'top banner' stats to that 'lower right' type. I'm an American League fan, so 'generally' I don't get to scan many of the National League RSN's (so far the Dodger or Giant's broadcasts haven't changed) but I'll figure it's pretty evenly divided, as there have been many (like MASN) that have been in the 'lower right' category for a very long time. DirecTV needs to re-program this feature so that: 1) the Scoreguide can be 'moved around' on the screen to whatever corner (left/right, top/bottom) one wishes, to avoid this problem. 2) why no better info, like the Scoreguide for the NFL games, where one gets a graphic of where the 'ball' is (yard line), but with baseball a small graphic of how many bases are 'occupied' would be 'nice'. But allow moving of the thing. This should have been done in the first place. From all the 'specialty' uses from Golf to Tennis to the current Olympics graphics systems they've done, it's not like it should be a big problem. But it is a (BIG) problem the way it is now.