I like the idea of having body customization options. I generally play male characters and always thought that it was a bit ridiculous that my old Warcraft human mage looked like he could bench press a volkswagon. I would have liked it if I could have made the mage less hulk like and more slim. The human model worked fine for a warrior though, you'd expect a warrior to be pig ugly and look like a brick you know what house. My friend played her female human warrior and I always told her it looked off when her little waif avatar was swinging around this giant 2-handed sword. Swords that large are very heavy to work with, you'd need some pretty decent muscle tone to actually use one, and most of the female avatars in Warcraft didn't have the type of muscles that would have made that possible. I guess magic did it? That's one of the big reasons that I couldn't play TERA, or even take it seriously. The whole thing just looked super ridiculous to me. Warcraft had a few bikini plate options for a while, but they generally weren't that over the top with it. Tera embraced that concept and just made it absurd, body dimensions, armor coverage, everything. I think that Lord of the Rings Online had the best female armor and body proportions. I think Wildstar is a bit on the better side with this from the photos that I've seen, even if some of the cartoony stylization leads to zomg boobs! in some photos. My question to Liara (the Aurin girl on the left side there from the intro video) is what purpose does wearing that corset thing serve in battle? I think her armor looks pretty cool, but she may not be overproportioned so much as a victim of questionable combat fashion? I've seen corsets do some impressive things to a girl's natural assets, but I'm not sure wearing one into combat is the smartest thing ever. You probably also want to protect your heart, as it's reasonably important to your survival (unless Aurin anatomy is really different or something). Maybe she should talk to Sarge there about how to properly armor herself. I also watched the meet the Exiles video, and the human girl doing the narrative doesn't seem ridiculously proportioned, and she's at least dressed reasonably modestly in work clothes. It's not nearly as bad as some games that I've seen. I wouldn't choose that body type for a female avatar, I'd probably choose one that looked like she ate a few more sandwiches if I'm being honest here. Hopefully they give everyone options. With both male and female avatars. We end up looking at our avatars for years sometimes, it helps a lot if they are more realistic.