I don't mean the low iLvl or lack of Garrosh-dropped heirlooms; nothing like that. I'm talking about the cowards who leave without logical reason, the elitists who talk down to everyone but others like them, the chat trolls, and the unorganised fools who take just as long, or longer, than a queue time to get things ready and start battling (good example of this is Spoils).
I've left WoW again for the nTh time. Whether I play again or not, for WoD or just before it, I don't know, but right now it is likely that I won't want to come back, for all of the above reasons. Sure there is Flex, and the oqueue addon helps with that, but sometimes the problems from LFR can follow into Flex. Biggest example there would be those who insist on a group of 14 players only.
Personally, I don't do Normal or Heroic because I've never liked having to be on at a strict time. I'm not saying I'd never do those modes though.
So for those who don't or can't do Normal and/or Heroic, I'd like to know how you deal with the negatives of LFR (and I suppose Flex). In the past, failures in LFR - whether they've been my own fault or the group's, have often induced anger in me (someone once called me the Sha of Anger, lol).
Is it so wrong that I want to go in, smash things into the dirt, get a reward if one drops, and then move on?