Hi there. I recently have been thinking about this topic. There will be a lot of mixed opinions. Keep in mind this is MY opinion and how I see it. I'm curious to hear yours. Recently I've noticed that older games are dying and the anti cheats are quicker. More menus are being released with the same functions, same looks, and are for the same games. Newer consoles are harder to cheat on, newer games are harder to cheat on. Example being Fortnite, Black Ops 4 once it comes out. Since there wont be VAC on PC. XBOX one cant be modded and PS4 can barely be modded. VAC is designed to profit. Not prevent cheats. Of course a multi billion dollar company can detect a paste no problem. They make more money getting a mass amount of cheaters and banning them all at once. Therefore they have to rebuy the game. For example CSGO (which are VAC waves) and the CSGO community has dropped over the last year. Next to point out, most GSC menus are basically the same. (I'm prepared to get bashed on this), however most people use the same menu bases and contain the same functions. How can we expand? Has GSC been growing? Or decreasing in growth? I remember the days when GSC was huge on BO2. Now they've been replaced with SPRX. Why is this? Is it that more people are looking for actual cheats like aimbot? Or are the games dying off? I've noticed many forums are dying as well. This community use to be a decent community once everyone was pitching in. I've realized over the course its been growing in numbers, however is it growing in active users? Is it growing in developers? How can we make something different since I feel that everything is just a different form of release. I feel as if we should only release things that are better or are new. Not a replica or something worse. Game Deception was a huge forum with many good coders and sources all willing to improve. Lots to learn from that site. As of here I feel like it's a human who has a virus. I feel as us of the people are letting this community die. Releasing the same menus over again. Not giving the developers credit, not willing to try something different. I'm curious on hearing your opinions, and to see what you agree with and disagree with. Thank you again for reading.