A group of us play on a regular basis, and have followed BCA rules. I have become somewhat uncomfortable with fouls that are called because someone's sleeve brushed a ball a tiny distance, or a cue touched a ball other than the cue-ball after a shot. I've notice that some tournaments say "cue-ball fouls only". I've notice other tournaments when a shooter inadvertently moves a ball, the ref points it out, and other player waves it off, indicating to the shooter to just put the ball back. I've been considering proposing we move to a cue-ball only foul format, but am not sure what constitutes a cue-ball foul. The reason this came to mind was a shot the other night, where a player using a bridge hit two balls with the bridge after a shot, and that seemed a little more egregious than brushing a ball with a sleeve. I'd appreciate any clarification as to what defines a cue-ball only foul, and the issue with a major movement of balls with a bridge. Thanks for any info.