Higher complexity - Funding categorisation tied to goal or objective setting means there is a constant need to review ecosystem wide information to create sensible and well informed justifications on which goal and objective based categorisations to suggest and vote for. The real issue is that these goals and objectives must be attached to a precise budget weighting, the more categorisations that are made the more complex the decision. More categorisations also means less funding distributed between them from a fixed available amount. This massively increases the complexity of determining which categorisations to include and exclude and what budget weightings should be applied to each of the categorisations. Currently challenge settings budget weightings are unilaterally decided on by the challenge team for the entire community! Goal and objective based categorisation mean much more effort for governance and stakeholders is needed to manage the process. Proposing challenge teams must determine a suitable budget weighting, assessors must review every categorisation and voters must read all these categorisations to decide what to include and exclude. This complexity continues to increase as the number of potential categorisations increases.