All that i'm hearing from people about the new server is how much fun the game is in its pure form. It brought me back to the first weeks of Idaho, when I seriously fell back in love with this game.
A game where every piece of clothing you find when working is a big boost in your character development. Starting to form communities and working closely together with new friends to build your town up, racing against other communities. Finding the best gear combinations and securing them from other towns stores. Most importantly is the relatively level playing field all players are restricted to, you have to work hard to gain an advantage over other players in both PvP and PvE aspects of the game.
In a week or two the only current form of the game we all love will come to an end, with the introduction of the single most pay to win event The West has to offer, with sets resulting from half a decade of power creep. Everyone involved in the game knows the extent of the premium gap that will instantly open along with this event, and the devolution to the entire game revolving around obtaining the latest gambling simulator set.
There's never been a better time to capitalise on the new world rush and the enjoyment players find from the game in its pure form, and the bitter disappointment most of the, albeit tiny, playerbase on the new world is about to experience, Bring Back Classic.