How much have you made, roughly? $400-$500 (Cashed out majority of my gear)
Would you buy the game again in retrospect? No
Did you ever focus your Diablo3 gaming onto profit when the RMAH rolled out?
No. Originally wanted to have fun with the game first. The RMAH and everything was supposed to be an optional feature. But it's currently the end game. As if anyone is not seeing Blizzard's subtle approach to push the players to the RMAH.
Do you feel like the 'fun' or 'spirit' of the game changed when/if you focused on the RMAH and profit?
Absolutely. Spend way more time in the AH than playing the game itself. Nothing to do in the game right now.
Do you think the RMAH helps the game?
Absolutely not. This current pay to win model will have huge ramifications in PvP, and will affect the direction and future of the game. Basically class balance/nerfs/drop rates/farm runs will have to factor the RMAH. We've already seen 1.03 greatly affect the economy and I'm not surprised they decided to revert the change in Act3/4. See what I'm saying? If a game change does not affect the RMAH, they won't do a thing.
Do you have any suggestions for the RMAH?
Make it gold only. At least the pay to win advantage won't be as severe compared to how it is now with gear purchases.
Would you rather play Diablo3 or do a menial part time job for the summer (assume same pay)
No way. This is the old saying of never bring your work home. Unnecessary stress should be left at work. You should never bring your work stress home. In short, I'll never make Diablo 3 my job. I'll go crazy without any social interaction with anyone in the outside world. The game itself has close to zero forms of interaction to the public thanks to Battle.net 2.0.
What is your occupation in real life?
If you could make say $60K USD doing RMAH (lets just pretend now), would you do it?
Already making more but this goes back to the "Never bring your work home". This is supposed to be a game. Not work.
Additional comments: This topic has actually been quite refreshing compared to the other threads out there. This does provide constructive feedback (If responses are civil) and straight to the point.