I have been transfixed on occasions by the detail shown up by video referrals, most notably at the Olympics, Champs League and WLSF. I was also lucky to be present at two of these and as an umpire I took great comfort from the amount of decisions over turned by the 3rd umpire. I was comforted because it proves that all umpires are fallible, by definition. I think that I get as much right as should be expected of me but I am only too aware that some of my decisions may have been proved to be wrong if we had been able to examine them by video. I always say I must blow what I see rather than what I suspect, although as we all know players body language often tells us if we got it right or not, and on these occasions I would reckon the third umpire may well have overruled me. Does anyone have the stats for how often players were successful? I recall that at 2012 in one game almost every referral was successful, and the umpiring was seemingly very good that game.