Seriously what is the point of making raids requiring players in specific roles, and then giving you a DPS from group making when you need a tank or healer to win and only have 1 free space? And why make the minimum CR for raids lower than it needs to be to actually win when on top tier raids? The amount of raids that have been disbanded because some 170 DPS joins a raid and refuses to leave when you need a 180+ tank to win (for example) is seriously frustrating. I spent 5 and a half hours trying to do olympus elite yesterday and each time somebody left, it would take 4 or 5 attempts at invites before you could even get a player with the role you needed. Then some idiot either refuses to leave, or disconnects instead of leaving the group, and hey presto you all have to disband because you can't even kick them for 3 hours or so because you already kicked the last idiot who d/ced or refused to leave.... Fair enough once higher tiers are unlocked its less important because high levels will just walk lower levels through, but for top tier raids this desperately needs fixing. If we need a heal and a troll for rip in time elite for example, then we shouldn't be grouped in a group with 3 other DPS's. If one of them leaves the group, then give us the option to invite say 'healers only', or even 'CR X+', so that we don't get stranded with a group that can't win. All the system at the moment does is cause strife when lower players or the wrong roles join raids they can't hope to win and end up receiving a stream of abuse from the people who have spent however long getting as far as they have and want to actually go on to win. It really shouldn't be complicated to have an option to 'open group making to role x or cr x+ or even SP x+' and it would make the experience of top tier raiding far more enjoyable. Another way to do it could be to give the group a vote on whether to accept the newly joined player where we can see their CR/role and vote yes/no to them. I tend to find that if a group can carry a weaker player, they will happily do so. When they can't then at least give the option so they don't need to worry about that.