I do most of my raiding through the random queue, so this is shaped very much around how to approach a random queue. Obviously the first and foremost answer that I believe we can all agree on is: if you want a specific group, build it yourself. However, for low level raid content where I'm just grinding it out for that one last style piece or the odd bit of furniture, or often just for fun, the random queue suits just fine. What I am curious about is what other people in the random queue feel is appropriate to do when a group is not the traditional or ideal make-up. Upon arriving into the raid, you discover that the raid breakdown is not ideal. Do you let people play how they queued, understanding it's less efficient? Do you tell people to change to roles that aren't what they wanted to be? If you do tell somebody they need to change roles, who has to change? The guy who has the lower CR? The guy who queued both roles? The guy performing worse at the given job based on the raid stats page? If somebody doesn't want to change their role when the group tells them they have to (for example, a Fire DPS who has no tank gear or stats to be able to swap to Tank as the group requests), what is the appropriate response? Kick them for refusing to switch? And if you do have to kick somebody in order to get that specific role you need, who do you kick? The guy who refuses to change roles, or the guy who is performing the poorest? I'm not trying to convert anybody to my way of thinking, or give some sob story about something that happened in order to bring in the pity parade. I'm just recently returned to the game after a couple years break, and I'm trying to get my thumb onto the pulse of the community so I know how to properly fall in line. Back when I played in the day, the random queue for raids just didn't work (pre-PS community there weren't the numbers), and in alerts we largely just steamrolled it with whatever popped and didn't care. I just don't want to be 'that guy' who gets a bad reputation now for doing something contrary to the popular opinion.