Thank you for the compromise on the AA grant. Please make sure the default on the check box is out/no/off so that those of us that aren't interested in this feature can continue on our own journey without having to remember to toggle it off before we zone. I also actually really like the idea you can turn it on and off. I think that might have interesting implications should I decide to roll any new characters. Even though your lowering the usable level for Glyph of Indeterminable Reward to allow people like to me "dispose" of experience to really slow down my play , I'm not sure I'd ever really be able to make myself redeem one of those if I weren't completely maxed out. But it's a flexible option regardless. I personally don't understand the rage coming from so many players on this particular point. This isn't introducing any new concepts to the player base. What makes you think that the person who pays for TAs and PLs in order to up their AA count understands what these AAs do? Or that these same players who effectively earn their "status" without as much effort as you don't also diminish your hard earned accomplishments? Yes, ok, this is a little different, but really not that much. There's probably nothing that anyone can say to help you over the psychological impact of feeling like you're getting cheated, but when it comes to the concern that these "newbs" won't understand their class - evaluate each person individually and assess their performance before you write them off. There will be some people who are still curious and willing to research and learn so that they can make the most of their character. Take a deep breath. Remember the fun you've had playing over the years. Focus on playing your game. Look for the people who contribute to your continued enjoyment of the game. If you happen across someone who could use some help or advice on improving their approach to game mechanics then try to offer it in a friendly, non-threatening, constructive way. If they accept the coaching, you've made a new friend. If they don't, then you've got someone you can choose not to interact with again.