As some of you may know, it's possible to see SRF turned on in some non SRF quick matches (expert events) and it gives you a huge advantage over the non SRF users. To the point that a lot of people run practically every quick match with SRF enabled (looking for it) and as you can imagine, seriously annoying for the people who never see it turned on but end up in races against them. @FPV MIC found out how they were doing it (knowingly or by accident) and we tried to get it fixed. They improved it a lot on the 18th of April (server maintenance) but they didn't test the fix enough. Instead of 8 or 9 times out of ten connection attempts seeing SRF on, it dropped to 2 or 3 out of ten. I reported it again but still waiting to hear/see anything. Now the 64k dollar question. Should the bug be common knowledge so everyone has the chance of the same advantage but with the likelihood you'll be running against non SRF users as well as other SRF users? The flip side, the people who knowingly or unknowingly run with it turned on carry on getting the same big advantage over the majority of other people? So you know, I run without it by choice and race hop to find clean rooms when I see people using it. If the bug becomes public, I'll likely be killing off the quick matches for myself but if there's a chance I could get a fairer race, it's possibly worth the gamble. The main reason I'm asking is for the bug to be common knowledge and to gamble on PD looking at it again. Help me make up my mind please. Would you risk making quick match worse (re: SRF) to try and (hopefully) make it fairer. Run them how they're meant to be run.