If I were to go for any change, it would be to keep Daylight Savings Time year round. I wouldn't mind going to work in the dark in the winter, if that means I come home with a little light in the sky.
It makes sense for states like Hawaii to do away with it, but Montana is a big state. We are our own time zone, with Idaho/Washington in Pacific time, and northern North Dakota in Central. If we do away with Daylight Savings Time, that would mean a two hour change in time when driving Highway 2 across the Montana - North Dakota border. As the Motor Carriers Association noted in its opposition, that just reeks havoc on the truck drivers. I say no change at all.