I don't post often, but had the urge today because I can only conclude that Diablo 3 is currently on the back burner at Blizzard. They surely have redistributed quite a bit of the team to help out teams for other games - I can't otherwise explain why they are doing things like they do them now. After a few recent interviews, "play your way" streams and that last one - the "make a legendary" one, I can't but notice that the devs speak very much like one person is in charge of doing the whole balancing for one class / item set / skill. It takes absolutely too long for them to churn out such a small amount of content like a pair of new leg. gems and tweaks to existing items and item sets. How on Earth is it possible to have a new set done to the point it is playable and with all its art in place (I'm talking about the new DH multishot, WIZ slow time and BARB whirlwind/rend sets) and not be at the stage of balancing it via, say, the current PTR?! And now, on top of all that, they say that the the 2.1.2 patch (as meager content-wise as it is) won't be rolled out to live for more then a month from now, although in the PTR notes, they've said that it will be "a short PTR". WTF?! I don't know, it just seems to me that what they are churning out content-wise is very, very little and that they are very, very slow at that. And they tease people of what will come "in the future". Seriously, at this pace they are going, when will patch 2.2 be rolled out? By June 2015? It's OK to tease a new expansion a year before it will be released, but to tease a few items that are almost dome is just redic and rubbing salt in the wound. And now that I've ranted-out my rant and am feeling a bit better now, I'll be going to bed. What do you guys think? Too little too late or just right as far as content/feature releases goes?