Outliers will have a different experience than typical players who have taken a break, not touched TDS, and are posting on the Newbie forum. Therefore projecting their experiences on such players is inappropriate. For many years I've known of boxed teams who beat year long expansions in 3 months or less. And there are (almost always) 10ish raid guilds that finish (gear every active raider up) 6 months before everyone else. EQ can not be reasonably designed to present such players a steady stream of new content lest the time between newest content and the median player gets to be ridiculous. Still SOE makes some effort to accommodate such players. Do the TDS group progressing/get a very nice but not game breaking trophy. Complete the (non-raider?) expansion/get a T Rex clickie. Stuff to do which doesn't create an insurmountable gear gap between the most accomplished and accomplished later players. Bored? Stop boxing and fill your groups with single account owning guildmates. When focused less on me, me, me and more on us, us, us the content will last longer and be more savory than when trying to swallow it whole without chewing and then complaining. Not that there's anything wrong with rushing through the content and then complaining that one has reached the level cap, is geared up, etc. Still no one in the small minority of players who choose to do that will ever get a smidgen of sympathy from me. Do it again, make 50M pp, or do something else. If OP comes back, I can't think of a better time to do it frankly. I would however suggest that OP establishes a social network to make their progression and the progression of others easier...and more fun than playing with yourself. EQ is, after all, a multiplayer game and the vast majority of players have plenty to do that they'd appreciate assistance doing. <- the situation OP is more likely to find themselves in than not.