1) The overly loud music and announcements (someone should bring a sound meter to record how loud it gets, how high are decibels, given the audiences include a lot of youngsters this can't be good, I wore earplugs throughout most of the Nebraska @ Minnesota meet today) -- this isn't the floor and beam music as much as all the other noise/music.
2) Athletes that block the view of the routines by standing on the competition floor really drive me crazy. This has happened at Minnesota before, but Nebraska tonight was one example. Could not see most of the Nebraska floor routines, just saw the backsides of the athletes. There is one whole side of the floor that didn't block anyone's view where they could have stood, but they chose to block the view of the audience. The same case for the beam, but luckily that is elevated so they only blocked the view of the attendees in the lower rows.
3) During some meet last weekend the team mates ran down the runway, as the vaulter was still running ... what is the point, this is like being on the field during the game, egad!?! Maybe all meets need cages like at the NCAAs.
One thing I wish would happen at all meets is the clear display of the start value and the judges scores for all competitors. For those that still have the manual displays, remember to rotate them slowly so everyone can see. At a recent Arizona State meet, one "flasher" only showed the final score to one side of the gym. Also to ASU, get start value signage that has more than two digits, which does not work for most vaults.