First of all, I'd like to say that this isn't a rant thread.
Blizzards reasoning against classic servers is that they want to progress, but this just isn't good enough. What's stopping them from progressing? The content is there, they don't need to put their minds to work to make new stories, quests, bosses etc, they just need to restore orgrimmar/SW/Thousand needles etc to it's former glory and a few other things.
I have lots of chars, and I want a separate raiding life. I want to raid Throne of thunder, and then I'll raid Blackwing lair(classic wow raid). Right now I'm rading on two (sometimes 3) chars and I'm doing the same thing.... LFR MSV, LFR MSV and more LFR MSV across THREE CHARACTERS *brain bleeds*, it gets very stale and you learn to hate the content.
They can release the classic raids consecutively through patches so that there is progression, so when MSV (first MoP raid) was released they could have released Zulgurub (first classic raid, i believe... you get the idea).
This is a great idea for people like me who never experienced Classic WoW and would like separate raiding lives in different eras of World of warcraft history. I'm not here for nostalgia-gasm, I'm here for the varied raiding experiences!
Who is with me? I'd love to raid competitively through progression in different universes. It would be a good way to use the old content instead of letting it rot.
and inb4 "Blizz said no". Well they said no to pve-pvp realm transfers, to gnome priests, to faction change etc.