Are you referring to the FL and MI rules that were put in place by Ickes and Wolfson?
Nice try, but you fail.
And what's wrong with Caucuses? Something wrong with letting the most dedicated members of the Democratic Party decide the nominee? something wrong with letting states decide whether they want caucuses or not?
I'm guessing you prefer not letting too many informed people tip the scales over the low-information voters.
When it comes to the Presidential Election, all votes should be equal. When it comes to the Democratic Nomination process, the most dedicated activists and party members should, and do, dictate how their nominee will be selected.
In a (my) perfect world, the President would be selected based on the popular vote, and all citizens would be able to cast that vote during a one week period, so as not to disenfranchise people who, ya know, work for a living and have kids and what not.