Expect for one thing... the more painful trading is, the more attractive it becomes to use 3rd-party sites that make it less painful. Those sites are infested with scammers, which adds a real cost to Blizzard's ongoing support for D3 and to our enjoyment of the game.
The fact is, people want to trade. A lot. The AH proved that beyond all expected measures. That desire won't just evaporate when the AH goes dark, and it sure as hell makes good business sense (for numerous reasons) for Blizzard to try and satisfy that desire in the best way they can, or they're going to have a huge increase in compromised account issues.
As i said in another thread, i hope Blizzard completely abolishes trading.
Player A's ring is poorly rated but has 9% IAS and he's looking for upgrades. The new ring has +5k DPS but 8% IAS and he's missing a breakpoint. His DPS went up by 5k but eDPS down by 5% (rating items is useless and wrong). Let's say 5k DPS is enough for 1 more MP Level.
Is it okay to give new players wrong information just because it's easy to understand ? Great logic ...
It doesn't work, you can't tell people what MP to play or even rate items just with a profile DPS and some other numbers.
1) Read Zero's post above your post
2) Realize you missed the point