Q u o t e: So you don't like RMAH, then don't use it.
You want to trade for your gear, then go for it.
You want to run boss runs over and over, and hope you click that green item before anyone else does, good for you.
You want to use your exceptional trade skills to save up items, or gold, or swap up to the item you really want, all the power to you.
But don't make me play the same way.
I want to go to work, then go to my college classes, then come home and help the kids with home work. Then on Friday nights, I want to log on and see what items found their way to the RMAH and see if any of them fit my build and if they are at a reasonable price.
Then I want to hit the Arenas and have some pvp fun.
That is my life, and the way I want to play Diablo 3. What makes you think you have any right to dictate to me, or Blizzard the way I should be able to spend my time playing the game?
You know what, if you get your way and get rid of the RMAH, I'm going to do it the way I want to do it anyway. The difference is, one of you won't be getting my money.
That's right, I should be able to play my way, on a server with the rest of the people who agree that RMAH should not exist in our experience whatsoever. You can stay on your own servers with the rest of your pay to win friends. We will have a more solid economy, because its not a target for greedy worms, while yours will take a nose dive once the first exploit is found. Good luck with that.
“The offspring of riches: Pride, vanity, ostentation, arrogance, tyranny” - Mark Twain