There seems to be a growing problem with some classifers at ATA shoots. Instead of using the shooters ATA card they pull a number out of a "computer". I guess they don't realize that the ACTUAL average AND yardage on your card is what determines your class/yardage, NOT what's in the computer, which is ONLY as accurate as the latest data entry. The computer could be HUNDREDS of targets behind. Beleive it or not I have actually seen a classifier argue that a shooter should shoot closer than his assigned yardage because the "COMPUTER" had him at a closer yardage than his current yaradage! The computers may help but they are NOT the offical data for classification. The ATA card "ITSELF" is what deterimes that.