Just an idea I've had for a while. I love anything iron but I (personally) have fallen out of love with competitive powerlifting. For me, I don't like how the sport has become more about finding ways to shorten ROM's within the set rules. The lifts just don't look athletic anymore. Just my own personal opinion.
Here's my just for fun idea, not to be taken too seriously...
Swap out bench for Push Press. The rules would consist of no bar stalling, no back bending (think old school clean&press) and no re-bending of the knees. The lift would be returned to the shoulders and re-racked. NO Spotters!!! If you miss, just drop the bar. Bench is not the most exciting lift to watch. Either you're staring at the top of the lifters head or spread eagle from the bottom.
Swap back squat for Front Squat. Front squat is much safer to bail from, almost always dumped in front and there would be clearance if failing back. Again No Spotters! The bar would have to be in the front rack and a FULL range of motion for the lift to count.
Deadlift would remain the same except no sumo. Not that there is anything inherently wrong with sumo but for me, it is a completely different lift! Hands on the outside of knees would be a simple rule to implement.
I think a main attraction would be the fact that there are no spotters. Just the lifter and the bar. The fact that the bar can be safely dropped on all 3 lifts makes it more dramatic as well.