You'll get alot of the hardcore regulars saying "yes!", but here's a slightly different take. I pretty regularly play on TLPs over the years. I'm not a hardcore. I didn't box at first, but eventually played around with it a little, then went all in (for me) and 4 boxed legit on selo for a couple months. I enjoyed it, but it was regularly pretty annoying. I have to play games lying on my back in bed because of a back injury. You can probably imagine my legit 4 box setup was pretty silly. But even for a normal person who can sit and game, setting up several computers to play a game that I could easily run on one computer is just silly at it's base. That, and truebox does not really work. I'll admit it, I tried to look up how to do it on one comp, messed around with VMs, some stupid remote PC stuff. I never could figure it out, so I just did it legit. Enough people have figured it out, though, that the idea is not really working anymore. That said, I think we need some sort of compromise here. No one wants to see more than a single full group running around, essentially automated, killing open world stuff (well almost no one). I also don't care if people wanna 30 box their own raids in instances. It hurts no one. I'm not familiar with the full power of macaroni quest, but from what I understand, its basically automation. I don't think that should be in. Key broadcasting seems fine. I used eyeessboxer on live for awhile, I don't see any issue allowing people to use that. TLDR: If it's possible to limit people to 6 characters in open world, disable automation, let people mass box instances, I think it's worth getting rid of truebox. If not, you guys need to commit to truebox and fix it, so the elites don't keep having an inherent advantage over people like me, who could not figure it out. I just wanna play your game, not become a freekin PC tech to keep up.