I know this is probably going to sound like I'm talking about dating at first glance, but this is about Titanfall not about dating. I think this would have been nice for TF1, would be nice for TF2 and would be nice for a TF3. To me, the nature of the game is strangers against strangers. Therefore, even if I am playing with friends, I frown upon coordinating, looking to help my teammates or looking for help from them. I think it is an unfair advantage if the other team is all just strangers. What I would absolutely love is if there was a checkbox in the Settings that you could check that says "Singles Only", meaning you only want to be put in games where every single player is playing independantly on both teams (no Networks, no Friends). Now that doesn't mean that all of those people have to have that setting checked as well. It would just mean that the matchmaking system would have to check and see if any of the other players in the game are from a Network or are Friends. If not, then it can add you to that game. This would be perfect for me, because that's all I want is an even playing field. I absolutely cannot tolerate fighting someone like a man, face to face, and then having one of his buddies shoot me in the side of the head or the back. If I get beat straight up, fine, but if the only reason I die is because players are too weak to fight for themselves, I shouldn't have to deal with that crap, which is why this would be a beautiful, welcome and always used feature for me. Also, now that I think about it, this would also be one of the simplest things Respawn could do to make the matchmaking better instantly since they seem to be too lazy to actually develop a good matchmaking algorithm. Actually, taking it a step further, I think it would actually help the health of the game and keep the user base larger for longer if this box was checked by default for new players. That way they would never get thrown in against a clan and get discouraged before they even get started. Of course, once they got comfortable with the game, they could figure it out and go in and uncheck the box if they want later, but at least in the beginning, they would have more of a fighting chance. Oh, and let me just kill the first argument I can already hear, "But then they couldn't play with their Friends or in a Network if they have this box checked." WRONG!!! You could have this box checked and still play with your Friends or in a Network. However, the way the developers should handle that is that if you have the box checked, but YOU YOURSELF have chosen to be with Friends or in a Network, then the checkbox gets ignored. The checkbox would only be used if YOU YOURSELF choose to play independantly.