I can't believe so many Hunter have such problems with movement. Are you Hunters even jump-Disengaging? This covers a lot more distance than just Disengaging. If you have a near full Focus bar right before switching sides in P3 of LK, you can easily make it to the other side without using a Steady Shot. You won't even miss an Auto Shot if you stutter-step the last couple yards after the Disengage. And during Halion's cutter, you simply Disengage through the cutter. No good Hunter would ever dance around the cutter.
Sounds like we have a lot of Hunters who need to work on their movement techniques rather than asking for buffs to make up for a lack of skill. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for Hunter buffs, but you guys are asking for it in the wrong places.
Ok, you need to start posting on your hunter. I'm tired of hearing your L2P garbage. I have very little faith in your ability to play at hunter based on my sincere lack of respect for the suggestions you are making in your posts. You're applying some completely invented generality, that many hunters can't deal with movement fights, like it's some universally accepted opinion, and making silly claims that make it sound like you can use disengage on everything and you'll never be having to switch to Fox.
If my memory serves me correctly you cannot disengage THROUGH the cutter without taking damage, but I could be wrong. Regardless, you should save your disengage in case you need to move away with the debuff. Disengage is not the lazy man's rocket jump.
The point is this: You're never going to win anybodies support by making inflammatory remarks and accusing other players of being bad. There are very definitely times when disengaging is the way to go. Rotgut heroic, if the slime is about to flow on your side you should be positioned in a way that disengage will do all you need to escape. Other times however, you simply cannot avoid an interruption. If you've ever kited Blistering Zombies, or Deformed Fanatics things can happen that force you to travel against your plans.
If you had made the argument that it will be in every hunter's best interest to avoid switching to Aspect of the Fox, and even taken it further and said that the best hunters in the game will be the ones who manage to spend the least amount of time in Fox, EVERYone one would have agreed with you. Instead you just come off like a troll trying to tell everyone to learn to play.