For years, the society has stuck loyally to its coat of arms; it is a familiar symbol, known by many as a sign of integrity and professionalism in the sport.
For some time, however, I've wondered about whether it presents the trinity in the best light. Rock and Paper share the same background colour and geometric area, while Scissors is segregated both by colour and location. To me, the balance isn't quite right. All three are equal, and this should be reflected in the logo of the society. Has this idea been previously raised?
So, without rocking the boat too much (can't be too careful around these parts), has anyone ever considered a revision? If the white divider extended vertically between Rock and Paper, to the top of the shield, with Paper given a new background colour, the isolation but synchronisation of the throws might be better reflected. That would require the resizing of the throw icons, probably.
Alternatively, is there a good reason that the current design was chosen? No doubt this matter has been thoroughly explored by far greater minds than mine.