With respect to multiboxing, I don't blame this guy at all. The WOW community has way too many idiots in it for random grouping. You get the enchanter or just some greedy bastard who rolls need on everything including the BOP item that that you needed. You get the tank or healer who says "Oh, I just needed that one boss -- bye". Or the "I didn't know this was going to take so long and have to leave". The hunter that brings no ammo. The warriors that refuse to wait for the mana users to drink before a major pull. DPS classes refusing to do any CC and letting the healer die. Tanks breaking the CC before dealing with primary mobs. Healers spec'd for DPS for leveling but trying to heal a dungeon run. Tanks spec'd for DPS but trying to tank a dungeon run. The entire community is obviously not bad but there's a high enough percentage to just make it toxic in general. Even if you have 4 friends that want to play with you, it's hard to get everybody to level at the same rate and play at the same time. Guilds can help but they have their own problems and generally are geared towards later content and not the leveling process. The nostalgia is not worth the time sync for me any more when you take off the rose colored glasses and see what the WOW community has become.