I did just wonder about that myself and was going to say it, but second guessed. I suppose the critical question is do we deserve to know as the group the performance of others so as to equally so address group dynamic problems and failings and dare I say it, but, take action where necessary. That could be switching up roles all the way through to the dreadful prospect of kicking someone if they're causing a problem. I'd probably err on the side of leaving the board despite clearly seeing some community benefits from its removal. I also fear the entire scoreboard interface is well and truly too entrenched in the UI and other aspects if the game people might typically monitor for tracking things like speed feats and so forth. I don't think it'd be impossible, but I would imagine it would no doubt be a logistical nightmare.