I like the idea, but I can't vote for any of these options until I see how the theoretical score card is drawn up, what criteria are used and how the stats are drawn.
For example: does the CFL review each entire game and give percentage accuracies for calls called/calls missed/calls incorrect?
Or do they only rate on the flags that were thrown, what was challenged and changed and what wasn't?
Does it make a difference to the ref's rating if the fans think the calls are horrible but the league upholds them anyway?
Does the grade change better or worse for the refs if the league determines it was a bad call, but one that couldn't be challenged according to the rules? (i.e., the ref doesn't have the discretion to review the call and have a chance to correct it himself)
Those sorts of things need to be worked out first, before we decide when the report cards are given out, and whether its individual or group.