LFR is the same problem in a different wrapping, only this time around blizzard don't see it as an issue because now raiders can choose to ignore LFR right?- wrong, anyone doing mildly progressive / competitive raiding would want to run LFR as often as they can until they collect that item which completes a 4set, or that trinket / weapon which is OP compared to anything previously.., only this time around blizzard tries to install a sense that LFR is a great thing and is absolutely not in the same category as to why 10 and 25man was put on the same lock, yet whenever they are questioned about it their only response is along the lines of; If you haven't cleared everything in week one you probably won't need any items from LFR anyway / What about the people who work 36 hours each day and barely have time to log on, don't they deserve free gear?
At least when everyone had to resort to pugging raids pre-LFR you knew up front that the people in your raid actually contributed to downing the bosses, in LFR your only guarantee is to have a bunch of snot eating mouth breathers who's barely capable of controlling their character which is why there's 0 mechanics that can kill anyone, your also guaranteed everyone will need on anything even if it's just to vendor the shit. (not all bad players are casual's etc rinse n' repeats)
In rare cases you get tops 10 players able to perform on average in LFR while the rest is like fucking leaches doing 25hps / 50dps while watching tv, now come and tell anyone that LFR isn't breeding / installing bad play style or affecting anything community wise.
Imagine company bosses told their workers they only needed to show to collect their wages at the end of a month, how many workers do you think would gtfo straight after showing their mug in the morning?
Take away accountability and the "system" collapses, it's the logical outcome to something as dimwitted as this!