The issue is that I'm not being duped into thinking that this is the greatest thing since sliced bread because of all the bells and whistles. The advanced settings are only there to misguide you into thinking that your having "loads" of control when in fact you cant be certain that the players you want are in the right formation. Is it really to much to ask out of a game to hit a happy medium between 2.0 and 3.0 advanced?
I really just want my best FB in the FB slot, without having to navigate between 2 or 3 screens. Then again it may not be relevant to put your best players in formations that they excel in because nobody really knows how much Formation IQ means. i could spend the rest of the nite (5 hours) working on advanced and i still wouldnt be happy with how this thing looks. To much control in this area and none over here. Since the player settings are where you set your starters and the depth charts are for "coming in ogff the bench" then how does it work when it only allows you to set 2 RBs and one of ur formations is the wishbone? That maybe that we dont have to many testers on here, is becasue (forget the engine), 3.0 isnt even close to being as user friendly as 2.0. I know some refer to it as "dumbed down", and i can see where you get that, becasue its not hard to get started in there. Did we really have to goto the opposite end of the spectrum?
Before they scrap 2.0, I suggest they put it on a CD (if possible) and sell it to those of us that want to play it