As @Hecaton pointed you've got that ass backwards. TAGs are unforgiving as hell to play nor are they newbie friendly, in fact one of the common things you'll hear from people giving advice to new players is leave the TAG at home until you've got more experience with the game. TAGs have more attack vectors they have to guard against due to being a TAG and their size. In Infinity when you fail to defend your model unlike other games where you can pretty safely rely on raw defensive stats to see you through to another turn, models instead just die. The Guijia is also just as susceptible to bad rolls because it's 88pts. The last time i fielded it against Ariadna on Deadly dance I conceded on the bottom of turn 1, because my Guijia sitting in SF Mode got shot at by an assault pistol once, ate shit and died from being unscratched (incidentally kids this is a pretty good example of why Mrs. Guijia should not be leaving the DZ on turn 1 even when the mission encourages it). It's like great, that's a 3rd of my army, 3 SWC, the hell do I attack with now? If I was running a cheaper option I would've had the points and SWC to spare to pick up spare attack pieces like a Tiger, or a Rui Shi. This is the reality of this game. The most forgiving way to play is to put alot of bodies on the table. The more cost effective bodies you stick on the table the more your dice averages will smooth out and the less you get punished by an order each time your opponent capitalises on bad positioning. If you position 4 20pt models badly, your opponent needs to use at bare minimum 4 orders to punish you for each and every one, and be in position to do so. If you have 1 88pt model you stick out of position your opponent needs all of 1 invisible ML dickhead to blow your 1 88pt model up, or Raoul Specter might drop in from behind and turn it into a brick. It becomes much easier to punish you for your mistake. Being an average TAG isn't good enough. The classic "Line TAG" like the Guijia isn't an average model, it's a garbage model thanks to the drawbacks of simply being a TAG. The Raicho, which was essentially a Guijia immune to Isolation and Loss of LT needed a buff for the same reason, being an average TAG means you're actually garbage because on the overall power curve you're way below it. You need to set your hackers up so they do something besides hacking enemies. Dropping White Noise to mess with MSV1 which still pops up in even Ariadna, buffing combat bots, being midfield infiltrating button pushers etc.