What sort of respec system would you prefer? Blizzard has mentioned that there will be some form of option for respeccing in D3, though they did not exactly elaborate on what form it will take. Personally, I am all for the idea of having a means of undoing earlier choices. I myself can imagine several ways it could be implemented. 1) No holds barred. You can pay an npc gold to get back skill points you had invested earlier in skills, and the extent to which you can respec is limited only by how much gold you have. This suggests that at higher lvs, it may not be impossible to suddenly switch builds (eg: one moment you are a whirlwind barb, then next lv, you are a concentrate barb as you pay to get all your skill points back and invest them in other skills). The most forgiving, and the one which I expect to generate the most controversy. Perhaps one way to balance it may be to scale the cost (ie: it becomes progressively more expensive to respec as you do it more often), so that even the most aggressive farmers may eventually find it financially untenable to keep respeccing. . 2) Some form of limitation. Perhaps you can only undo 1 skill point spent per lv. This could still have its uses (eg: Early on, you pump your lower lv skills. Then at higher lvs, you effectively have 2 skill points to spend - the 1 you get per lv, as well as the extra one you funnel from a lower tier skill to a higher tier one, thus leapfrogging your way up the various tiers). Heck, Blizzard may even try to base its build system around the assumption that players will respec aggressively. In the very least, it would encourage players to spend their points more liberally at lower lvs, rather than hoarding them for later on. 3) Quest based??? No idea what form this may take though. Perhaps a quest may give you a 1 time option of whether you wish to rebuild your character, and you can save the option for later? What other ideas do you have? Or if you think it is a bad idea, feel free to condemn those ideas (as well as explaining why you feel the way you do).