The wardrobe system or transmog as the WoW people like to call it adds to the game far more than it hurts it. If somebody is die hard against it frankly I think they are just selfish or short sighted. It gives you a reason to go back to old content to look for the cool outfits you missed. It makes crafting armor worth a bit more because people will buy armor for not just stats but looks as well. It allows you to specify how you want to be represented in a game that much more. It adds variety to the game and with that makes more populated areas more interesting (lots of variety is just more interesting to see). -Things like changing the looks of new raid gear takes away from that gear and just turns it into numbers? New raid gear tends to be about the numbers more than the looks... If somebody wants to use it as a status symbol good for them. If they do not care for the look and change it more power to them. Why is it a concern of anybody but the person with it on? -Immersion? Because as you level up it is more immersive to be in a bunch of random gear that makes no real sense together other than it was the best stats you could find. Most rare body in the game and I am the only person to have it? Does not mean a thing if it looks dumb and I disconnect with my character because of it. Options are good. Having choices is good. You want to limit yours go for it but do not try to take them away from everybody ells.