I went through the lists and opponents and figured out as much as I could from my end. @Guerillajam can give further information. However what I found, out of 5 opponents with 10 lists, only 1 list was packing both the right type of hacker and at least 2 backline repeaters which was @deadfli_goes_splat first Druze list. They played each other in round 3, whether the Liu Xing was utilised in this match against the specific Druze list maybe one of those two people can tell us. At the risk of being accused of being "offensive" I will also conclude this with the only person that the Liu Xing was potentially used against that exploited the weakness the model has, only won 1 game the entire event. In the context of the Liu Xing's hacking vulnerabilities don't matter, this particular example of the Liu Xing at the event when put in context doesn't fill me with enough reason or confidence to change my opinion on it. Unrelated: @Flipswitch I appreciate your record keeping of the event. Being able to look at this stuff is nice. I don't believe that is enough to qualify it as a viable model. Oniwabans dictated deployment and restricted movement, but Oniwabans are also extremely effective pieces and don't have an inbuilt achilles heel like the Liu Xing does.