I was going to try to get an invite, until i found it's CRZ'd
I never understood whats with this unholy hatred for CRZ.....I mean literally, not trying to be a CRZ fanboy but what exactly is the harm of CRZs in general?
It literally does nothing but cause problems. It has zero purpose and solves zero real problems. It makes levelling hellish, whether it's being ganked at low level by level 90 sky gods who have no fear of reprisals like in the old days, to attempting to level tradeskills, to just sheer overcrowding for no reason.
There is literally zero point; all group and elite quests are gone, so why bother? Blizzard spent most of Cataclysm making the levelling process streamlined and rapid: "the game begins at cap", so I really don't understand why ramming folks into levelling zones is something that anyone would want.
All it does is to destroy low pop realm economies. They assumed it's good to "see people" in the world and so tried to solve this "problem" in the most superficial way possible, by forcibly injecting random people you'll never meet again into a zone. All the fun of LFR / LFD but now you can't get away from it (unless you're like me and never leave org / pandaria now).
There were low pop server issues, however the answer isn't to crush faceless avatars in so that your already strained ah gets worse. For every person that is irritated they can't fill a raid due to population, there is one that loves their server's in the backwoods, so to speak.
The "herp mmo means MASSIVELY multiplayer go play a single player game" strawman usually gets thrown out around here. I'm not sure exactly why people think that by wanting to play with the people on your server and not be subjected to the whims of complete and utter randoms = wanting a single player, but whatever.
This isn't even to touch upon the multitudes of technical issues CRZ has inflicted upon people, the most recent is being dealt with through hamfistedly streamlining timezones.
TL;DR: CRZ causes extensive problems and attempts to repair something that wasn't even broken.