You and your co-judge have set up a blind. At the last minute, your co-judge says "challenge the line to the blind", and then says, "I want to see all 4 feet dry on the far point" or "I want to see the dog through the slot" or whatever. If you say it, do you live with it and does any dog that is not "high and dry" a flat-out failure? I realize it is best to NOT say anything and let the line to the blind speak for itself. However, once said, do you drop dogs that don't get all 4 feet high and dry on the far point--or any other "stipulation" that you/your co-judge has made? Do you have a step in your judging process where you look only at the blind and determine if it is a failure, prior to taking marks/previous work into consideration?