I am just having a conversation here and I am in no way endorsing nor condemning this idea. So, on the thought of making raid currency Heirloom, one "issue" I see, that actually goes both ways on some of the arguments have seen or I think of, is for the most part, items on the vendors have restrictions that require you to participate on a successful raid that drops the item(or one of the raids if the item is on multiple raids) in order to by it. So, if your alt has not participated in a successful raid, you won;t be able to buy anything. On the other hand, this *somewhat* answers the complaint of "twinking" your alts. In order to buy these items, the alt would have to participate in a raid. Therefore, is it twinking? It is, of course, a gray area there. The alt may only participate minimally, so does it "deserve" the loot. But then, it did participate on a raid... and depending on how the leadership does loot, it could have earned a piece on the raid it participated in. And because of the different ways raid leaderships give rewards, that is not something for Daybreak to answer. Just food for thought.