Bread for today, hunger for tomorrow.The attraction of players to minmaxing sends them all into horde: then yes, we have a population issue in pvp.Let's be honnest, today playing BG on Ally side it's having a win rate of less than 20%, it is the meeting place for casuals and post raiders, and maybe few pvp players that are more fighting in chat than in the battelfield. I think this is largely the result of racials. Taking the UD racial example : Ally warlocks (and priests) cannot fear 40-50% of the horde players, making them close to obsolete and so, there is very little warlocks in ally. However it is one of the best classes in pvp. The base game is not fair for pvp. Since 2007, it's like that baby, that's it. We're not gonna change it for tbcc. And players cannot be faulted for aspiring to play the game at its highest level nor can we let the only "advantage" of the alliance be the disadvantage of the horde with endless queues.So while agreeing that the same-faction test weekend will not reveal its impact over time, on the alliance / horde population, we can imagine that in a few months the pvp will be reduced to the horde. Horde vs Horde, and over time, who knows, Warlocks / rogues / priests / mages angainst ..? themselves. My point of vue is that it makes the game very poor. Today Horde is happy for their short time queue but what is to come tomorrow ? I really hope you will continue having fun.I have played alliance so far, I play wow for pvp. But I got bored of playing with afkers and "go next" as soon as we loose from 100p. I play and pay to make my best and try the win, not to watch the horses graze at ST.Tbc experience ends there for me but I will always keep a curious eye on it.