Actually Blizzard showed a lot more effort than in previous expansions and a lot of things get fixed and worked upon. If you had been in Shanghai you could have witnessed it. This tournament was way better organized than former BlizzCons and when I talked to the Blizzard guys there they were interested and I know they are looking at what happens around here on AJ.
The often has issues linking AJ because of the amount of flaming and trolling, but they have changed their approach and take PvP a lot more serious than in Cataclysm.
I´m not saying its a bad thing they "do" stuff now but restarting realms and waiting a whole season to make some classes atleast viable in arena and thus ruining the gaming and PvP/Arena experience for said specs/classes for a WHOLE SEASON doesnt sound fine to me and since they also fucked up the gear "catch up" with the upgrades these people also can't simply reroll.
So some of them just afk or level different classes and wait for 5.2 and/or simply QUIT. The PvP community is smaller than ever and keeps getting smaller because of the time Blizzard needs to admit mistakes and actually apply hotfixes.
Atm its like 5.1 will fix it, no 5.2 will fix it then it will be 5.3 will fix it! Maybe you will see that PvP is clearly blizzards last priority(yes even pet battles are above it) when the PvP community goes nearly extinkt. And just because Blizzard "does" some stuff now and trys to fix some things in PvP/Arena its by far not enough and seems to me just like a desperate try to make them look like they care.
The saying PvE problem = 24 hour fix, PvP problem = 24 weeks fix, doesnt come from nothing.
Just my 2 cents
Edited by Saikx, 15 January 2013 - 05:18 PM.