Having more nations in the world cup is definitely a great thing on paper, however ODI cricket is a full day game. It's not 90 to 120 minutes as football is. It's not 4 to 5 hours as T20 is. We don't want the grounds being deemed unfit for play. We don't want the umpires suffering from burnout. You have to consider all these things. Then there is the whole thing of TV and broadcasting rights and all that. I think it's a great idea to have more teams. Is it a FEASIBLE idea? Maybe not...even something like HawkEye requires multiple cameras to be set up. If a match isn't being broadcasted on TV would they still have the review system with HawkEye in place? Would the ICC and host country pay for this, knowing full well that said match wouldn't even be on TV? It's tough to really make a call. Hong Kong, Nepal, Holland...these are teams that have shown talent...but we can't take the odd win over other bigger teams as proof. They've lost to bigger teams way more than they've won. I'm not saying I particularly like the current system. I'm only saying that it might just work. You don't know anything unless you try it. Let the ICC try it. If it fails, it fails. We will protest. If it works, it works. We will still protest. So do as you will.