I do not speak as a member of such a community in this post, mind you. I get reminded plenty of times with plenty of angsty language how terrible my stats are. That's fine. As a player I still have an issue to bring forth that I feel does threaten not only the validity but also the actual enjoyment of the game (far as I know) of players that consider themselves in the very high percentiles of K/D ratios, and whatnot. I'm aware that cheating/aimbotting happens, can happen, and will continue to happen. The relative reduction in GM appearances on my server has been a cause for concern, especially during the current world event. I'll get to the point: there are some very skilled players that are playing this game, and I say this unmockingly this time. Some names at high BR I see again and again, and if I drop dead without an enemy in sight and see those names, I know "well, there's that guy again. Better keep in this vehicle unless his buddy's coming my way with C4". But others, particularly the always-low-BR IlillililiilllLLLLiii-style named people, are almost certainly taking advantage of a laxness of cheat prevention and are making the game miserable for the rest of us. This is a threat to the competitive community, because while these guys are allowed to run rampant, especially with precision cheats that can simulate "imperfections" in accuracy and the like and blend in with the legimitate players, who is to say who is actually skilled and who is botting? Game balance is challenged by this. As a theoretical example, let's say we made a special, extreme range, single-shot bolt action super rifle. It actually requires you to root yourself in place (maybe a prone position) to fire, but if it lands, it can one-hit-kill any infantry from well beyond normal sniper rifle ranges. Imagine that in the hands of a truly skilled and experienced player. Neat, huh? But imagine that in the hands of a script kiddie with an aimbot. Sounds like misery and perhaps even some player migration. It will be hard for a lot of rank-and-file, ordinary players to stick around when it's hard to tell the talented from the scripters.