I was going to make a whole back story that lead me to this post but then decided to cut straight to the chase. There needs to be some way to help the unfortunate. Just ran a Paradox group where a DPS was kicked because of his lack of burn. They didn't give him any ideas, any tips, or even any direct attention. He was kicked almost instantly. Imagine spending months of your time into an MMO just so that when you finally reach the end game content, you get kicked....repeatedly. In the raid mentioned previously, I asked the pugs to give him a chance. (He already spent over an hour with us) and I was answered with "No, get that scrub out of here". Is DCUO a playground for the inhumane? Well, I have a proposition: A "submit player performance profile" option. Where players who actually want to see their fellow players succeed can help by checking off where the player is lacking. How it works for Submitters: If the player is inexperienced and has trouble with the Raid's mechanics, then players will check off "inexperienced" and that same player will be responded with "which instance?" and from there they can choose which raid the inexperienced player was having trouble with. What will happen from here is now the inexperienced player can check his own profile and look at where others feel that he is lacking. How it works for player being reviewed: If this player clicked "view performance profile", he will then be shown two titles: 1. Instance Mechanics. 2. Role Effectiveness. If he clicked on "Instance Mechanics", he would be shown percentages (based off how many have submitted their review) of where they feel he is lacking. In this case it's Paradox. If he clicked on Paradox, he would then be told "based off your performance, players think that you should take a look at this" and that player will be given a link that leads him to a guide on the forums. A good portion of players I've met on USPS3 had no idea there were guides on the forums or even videos on YouTube that help better their gameplay. I think this will help. This is probably my biggest post. I'm a little disappointed with this community. Thanks for reading.