Here is my vote for the single most broken FCC Part 97 rule: SS 97.313 Transmitter power standards. (a) An amateur station must use the minimum transmitter power necessary to carry out the desired communications. It goes something like this: “Station calling...you are 40 over here...” “Oh, let me turn the power down...” Said no ham I’ve operated in 11 years. Maybe not a big deal now. So few hams operating and solar conditions aren’t great. When the bands open up, should we lower the power on our 200 foot high, 20 element antenna we are pumping 1500 watts into when the station 500 miles away reports “40 over?” It might allow two hams 10,000 miles away to utilize the same frequency to accomplish their contact? Eh, just an observation after reading a nice article about QRP. What’s your vote for the most broken FCC Part 97 rule?