Well, he came in with a bang and I'm sure we all remember how derided this particular profile was. I've played about 7 games on the trot in the lead up to and during a recent small tournament we had and so feel a bit better about sharing what I thought worked and what didn't. Obvious caveat that my thoughts will be influenced by the particular match ups, my dice on the day and the missions. The missions, which of course a huge variable in profile usability were, note red classifieds were used for this event! Acquisition Highly classified (red) Frostbyte I was playing vanilla and ended up with a multi-rifle spec. Op. Liu xing in both lists. Particularly for highly classified, the Liu xing brought the tools to achieve a dizzying amount of the cards. For those unfamiliar, several of the classifieds for veterans and heavy infantry get pushed to being in your opponents DZ, as well as a number of other classifieds, achievable only in the dz. In 2/3 of the highly classified games, of the 5 classified the Liu xing could pick up 3-4. This was massive and in both games made picking up all 5 classifieds almost easy. No mean feat for the red deck - this left the rest of my force to focus on one or two classified or to disrupt my opponent, which was quite a large advantage. For the other missions, the Liu xing acted as a hail Mary, and decisively during the tournament this was highly effective. I'll talk about the jumps more later. Mission 1: acquisition vs an avatar list. A strong speculo attack early left me on the back foot. The avatar and his entourage moved up ready to take the objective and used a classic midfield suppression move. The Liu xing dropped in the back, on top of doctor worm who was left with no good choices so opted to dodge. He survived only to get mowed with multi fire. I started putting the ap rounds to work and killed another 2 models and wounded the avatar, who he opted to turn around rather than let me just keep hosing him. This allowed a Shaolin to get into cc and the Liu xing went into suppression, locking down the rest of his forces and preventing him from winning. A BS 2w rifle in the backfield was super effective. In this instance a tiger would have needed to find a safer landing point and spend precious orders getting to where the Liu xing started. Instead I could use those orders killing. The multi rifle pushing In most of my lists, I brought the hacker for assisted jump. This was huge and 2 of my 5 jumps would have been fails without it. I failed 1/5 jumps, which is about right.