Last year, MLB.com changed its Gameday application and I didn't like it. But the current format turned out to be a big hit with people such as Joe P. Sheehan of Baseball Analysts who actually able to figure out all the BrX and fX and Z and Y on the screen and distill it into something usable.
The only addition that I am looking forward to is:
In addition to expanding this technology to include all games, MLB.com will be the first provider ever to offer real-time pitch identification (fastball, curveball . . . even knuckleballs) for every pitch thrown in every game. We have worked closely with several MLB clubs to develop this feature and believe it will provide an entirely new way to enjoy the game and appreciate the incredible ability of Major League pitchers.
Sunday's home opener for the Nationals against the Braves will be the debut. I, of course, remain skeptical, but at least I have a computer with a lot more RAM now.