I don't want to single you out here (you aren't the only person posting this kind of thing, so it's not really about you personally, bear that in mind) But lets clear some stuff up: Eldar heavy attack speed is problematic for other races, it makes it hard to use the RPS system properly, i can agree with that. Eldar are not the only race with increased attack speed over other races, orks have it too. Lunge distance is a complicated issue that is directly related to run speed on all factions. It's not just a cut-and-dry comparison. Yes, it bears investigation, No it does not require immediate normalization without justification. Eldar have disadvantages baked into many of their classes: we can disagree whether they are enough - but people keep saying "absolutely zero downsides" and that is incorrect. Such disadvantages include: toughness ratings below that of basic space marines on many classes... which people keep asking for... its already in game. zero access to impact tiers above swords, meaning we don't win clangs vs other melee, unless we take impact mods which denies us lifesteal. And that's only looking at melee. There's also: Fire Dragon cannot cap, despite it being comparatively similar to a melta tac Reaper launcher tries to be both plasma cannon and lascannon, but is sub-par compared to both at each individual task Dark Reapers are as god awful at melee as any other heavy-weapon class, and get very little real benefit from 'eldar speed and maneuverability' Now, we've also got some toys to make up for it: Speed/Maneuverability Stealth on Striking Scorpion Scream on banshee and so on. This is not an exhaustive list. I get that people are frustrated. I get that eldar have hit launch in too strong a position, but please either stop making stuff up, or start researching the topic before making such claims. If people want to say "The respectably lengthy list of eldar downsides still don't make up for LSM's own, they need to be more severe" that's one thing. Pretending the downsides don't exist is another entirely.