My View has always been for either a 12 or a 16 team top flight. Lets keep the status quo right now.
1)Premiership- 12 teams (38 games) would be the status quo but with the addition of split gates for a larger chance of a rival to Celtic (or The Rangers in 10 years time). £18 a ticket is a more reasonable price.
2)Championship - 12 teams(44 games) would be a good idea as in England the Championship plays 46 games, this also means two more clubs will be a full time. Also a permanent TV Deal should be made as quite alot of people would like to see maybe 20-30 Championship games a season especially if it is a big game like Hibs vs Hearts, Dundee vs Hearts, or Partick vs St Mirren. Two teams Automatically go down and one more in a play-off. £15 a ticket.
3)National League - 18 teams (34 games) - Two Go up and three play-off places, and two go down with two play-off places. £12 a ticket.
4)Highland League - 18 Teams (34 games) - One Automatically goes up and three teams play in a play-off for the second spot. Two down.
Lowland League - 16 Teams (30 or 37 games) -One Automatically goes up and three teams play in a play-off for the second spot. Two down.
5)Caledonian Championship (North) -16 Teams (30 games) - Made up of Junior Clubs from North and East Regions. One Up Auto, 2nd-5th in play-off.
Lowland Championship - 18 Teams (34 games) - Made up from East and West Region clubs. One up Auto, 2nd-5th in play-off.
6)Caledonian Conference (North) -16 Teams (30 games) - Made up of Junior Clubs from North and East Regions. One Up Auto, 2nd-5th in play-off.
Lowland Conference - 18 Teams (34 games) - Made up from East and West Region clubs. One up Auto, 2nd-5th in play-off.
7) Regional Level- Highland and Islands, Lanarkshire + Central, Tayside (inc NE Fife), Forth, Ayrshire + South and Grampian
Another Aim would be for more Sunday Night TV Games, around 6.30pm on a Sunday to ensure higher attendances.
If it was created for 2013/14 it would look like this
Premiership: Aberdeen, Celtic, Dundee Utd, Hearts, Hibs, Inverness, Kilmarnock, Motherwell, Partick, Ross County, St Johnstone, St Mirren
Championship: Alloa Athletic, Cowdenbeath, Dumbarton, Dundee, Dunfermline, Falkirk, Morton, Hamilton, Livingston, Queen of the South, Raith and The Rangers (based on current leagues tables)
National League: Airdrieonians, Arbroath, Ayr, Brechin, East Fife, Forfar, Stenhousemuir, Stranraer, Albion, Annan, Berwick, Clyde, East Stirlingshire, Elgin, Montrose, Peterhead, Queen's Park, Stirling Albion
Highland League: Brora, Buckie, Clachnacuddin, Cove, Deveronvale, Formartine, Forres, Fort William, Fraserburgh, Huntly, Inverurie Loco Works, Keith, Lossiemouth, Nairn, Rothes, Strathspey, Turriff, Wick
Lowland League: Dalbeattie Star, East Kilbride, Edinburgh City, Gala, The Gretna, Preston Ath, Selkirk, Spartans, Stirling Uni, Threave, Vale of Leithen, Whitehall Welfare, Duns, Coldstream, Wigtown and Bladnoch and Civil Service Strolliers.
Caledonian Championship: Culter, Dyce, Hermes, Banks O' Dee, Deveronside, Stoneywood, Stonehaven, Maud, Ellon Utd, Banchory St. Ternan, Longside (all from North Juniors)
Lochee Utd, Carnoustie, Tayport, St Andrews Utd, Ballingry (All from East Juniors)
Craigroyston, Lothian Thistle, Tynecastle (All from East of Scotland League)
Newton Stewart, St Cuthbert, Nithsdale, Heston, Crichton, Lochar (All from South of Scotland League)
Bo'ness Utd, Newtongrange, Bonnyrigg Rose, Linlithgow Rose, (All from East Juniors)
Auchinleck Talbot, Irvine Meadow, Clydebank, Kilbirnie, Petershill, (All from West)
Caledonian Conference: North Region and (Tayside & NE Fife) East Region Junior Clubs
Leith, Easthouse, Kelso, Ormiston, Burntisland, Peebles, Eyemouth and HRA (all from East of Scotland League)
Mid Annandale, Abbey Vale, Fleet Star, Creetown (South of Scotland League)
Hill of Beath, Saucie, (East Juniors)
Rob Roy, Hulford, Cumnock, Arthulie (West Juniors)
Regional Set Up - Juniors and Amatuer