Warriors' coach Matthew Elliott backs the change affecting how tries will be awarded in the NRL in 2013.
The "benefit of the doubt" rule in favour of the attacking team has been scrapped and the on-field referees will have to make a call before referring a try-scoring incident to the video official.
Elliott says there are bound to be teething problems, but believes the change is a positive step for the game.
"I think what people are after is the referees to make a decision and then let the technology either support that or go against that," he said.
"That's what they (the ARL Commission) have done - the refs make a decision rather than go upstairs all the time. I actually really like it."
Meanwhile, Elliott, who took over as Warriors' coach after the club finished a disappointing third last this year, is encouraged with the way the club's pre-season program has gone.
"I want to pay tribute to the players and the way they've embraced a new system and a pretty tough regime as far as training goes," he said.
"I've been pretty impressed with the leadership they've shown right across the groups."
Elliott - yet to announce the 2013 skipper - was giving little away on Thursday.
Second-rower Simon Mannering has had the job for the past three seasons.
The Warriors have their final pre-Christmas training session on Friday and will reassemble on January 3.