I follow the twitch streams a bit and play a ton (basically every night) and with a couple of guilds, so hear about the streams even when I don’t watch them (I would have to watch after they air, cause I am at work during the streams). I hear that vets are getting a huge durability boost and the proposed changes include an extra 100 armor and maybe more toughness or what have you. If correct, I think that this is a very poor idea. This is for the same reason that end game weapons, such as the Hunter’s Mark are not far more powerful than others, just different (vengeance storm bolter, there is something wrong with you). A vet should not destroy other players for no reason other than that they are a vet and they have been playing the game longer and therefore just get additional stats (which they already do). Experience, i.e. time in-game should provide all the advantage you need as a "veteran" player. The definition of veteran is a person who has had long experience in a particular field. This does not make that person stronger, bigger, more powerful, or what have you. The only advantage they have is experience and that is gained by time spent, in this case, gaming. Therefore, I propose that instead of stat increases (including the extra 400 lp), that veteran classes look dope. Yep, that is it. That we get additional customization options and skins so that other players know that that player has invested a lot of time and has a lot of experience (and hopefully that makes that player leave some stains behind). There would be no cap on deployments and perhaps someone can only become a vet on one class and gains additional appearance stuff the longer they play. One possible idea is a continued advancement tree after the vet class and unlocking things gives appearance options. This could be something small, such as a purity seal or service studs, to something very apparent like mutations with spikes and pink arms/tentacles. To be honest, I am also skeptical about terminators, but I assume that they will be a team resource, not a “I get 2 termies every game to wreck shit with and be nearly invincible.” That is also another discussion all together.