JarNod, as much as I don't agree with the delivery Amlin makes a point. If you have have ever played an mmo that lacks a X-LFG then you would know that a very large amount of time is spent in LFG fighting over the next persons text for that one role you need to fill in your group. Its frustrating and doesn't help server community at all. I specifically state the fighting over that one person because its simple math, the more people in the pool the greater the chance the role your party is missing can be filled. Lower populated servers, curtain times of the day, and curtain roles are always fluctuating and can very from server to server. Your server maybe over populated with DPS and finding a tank may take you to the point of giving up. Where if you increase your pool to draw from to all the servers the chances are there most likely is a tank out there to fill your need. I know for many people this is a hard pill to swallow. LFG tools are here and they are not going anywhere, no matter how much you hate them and complain. LFG tools do not hurt server communities any more then spamming LFG ever did. If developers want server communities to be closer then they need to put in place and/or give a reason for them to take steps to get to know the other players on the server better. Making a guild ranking system, a player ranking system, open world pvp objectives, open world pve objectives, world trophies, weekend special events, etc. These are all things that can be done to make a server care more about itself. People need to just move forward and instead of trying to stop progression, learn to work with and around the tool to make a better overall experience for everyone.