I'll give credit for the sarcasm, but to be blunt, all it really amounts to is "YAC, YAC, YAC" (as in, Yet Another Complaint). It's just crafted well enough that it doesn't look like it a complaint at first glance. But to be blunt, it just isn't that interesting to read the endless complaints from people who don't like the fact that multiplayer games have to be balanced. And that's what Diablo 3 is, an online multiplayer game.
What that means is that things have to be balanced reasonably well. This isn't Diablo 2, after all, which was essentially a single-player game that you could play online with friends if you wanted, but you defaulted to playing alone on your own computer. And that seems to be what the bulk of the complaints are about. Instead of complain, do something useful with your time, like figure out how to work with the new changes.
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