Maybe I am just being naive. But it feels like a vast majority of refs call the non deliberate, but advantageous, ball to hands as handling. Maybe the minority of refs that call it just stick out in my mind more. But it feels like that isnt the case. The number of new referees that I try to explain handling to and they always seem either confused or desperate for clarification. Its like they hear something different every week. I remember being new. It took me like 2 years to finally peg down the proper handling criteria. Furthermore You would think after a 100 games with a "majority" of refs calling it close to properly, you would think the parents and players would eventually get the picture that handball has to be deliberate. But they still yell all entitled-like whenever a ball brushes an arm as though every other ref has been calling it like that all season. Or maybe they just believe that every ref is just blind and if all 100 of them were blessed with the super parent vision then the ref would concur. It feels like only the top 10% of refs call handling properly. (An assignor once told me that 10% of the ref pool does 50% of the games). And maybe since you are in that 10% you are surrounded by refs that know the rules. But I dont think its that common.