So, I say the above after leveling both an Undead and a Dwarf recently. Neither wore any heirlooms, neither were using the guild exp. boost. Dungeons were kept to a minimum (once/per dungeon) and BG's were non-existent.
Despite this - I was still out leveling zones by as much as 5 levels. Having just completed Loch Modan, I was faced with a quest log full of grey quests by the end of it. In order to keep some semblance of a challenge, I turned exp. off on my Undead until I was within the level range of the quests. My Dwarf cannot afford the same luxury so I have to options: skip a zone entirely (Wetlands) or get stuck with a quest log full of green/grey quests.
I realize the desire to make leveling a more enjoyable experience but, I find this to be a little much. Roflstomping quest mobs isn't my idea of fun, really. One would think Blizzard would like new players to see all their hard work that went into the new Azeroth but, the prospect of skipping zones is only hindering this goal.
I suggest either lowering quest exp or increasing the exp. required to level. Thanks,
PS: Please give players the option of turning off guild exp. boosts. I'm inclined to keep new characters 'pure' of any leveling luxuries, only so I can enjoy the experience at the pace it's intended to be played at. Thanks,