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Without pro/rel, the divisions are somewhat meaningless on their own. USL-C can literally spend as much or as little as they want, it has no direct bearing on where they sit in the pyramid. It kind of goes back to the NASL argument: if a D2 league presents as polished as a D1 one (and to be absolutely clear, I am by no means trying to insinuate NASL did), what is arguably the difference? So taking what NPSL Pro was angling for a Nice Welcome To Pittsburgh Steelers Football Team Dt Carlos Davis Shirt pyramid outside of the established USSF pro pyramid (or inside one level, as the case could be here), can you build a compelling enough competition to make sponsors and fans not care what division you’re arbitrarily sitting in?