Re: MML2 To me, this makes a Zhayedan link a viable competitive alternative to the standard Ramah preferences. They are further differentiated by the weapons they can or cannot take and the kind of specialists they can tow. This would at least make them a compelling option that would have a strong possibility of being chosen over other unit types depending on meta. As opposed to now where there is literally no reason to take them over other choices unless you really just want to try them out. Re: Automedkit Let's get this out of the way first, I agree with everything you've been saying. I'm just trying to figure out what would make Zhayedan's more workable. If its not core skill MML2 then their only other unique trait needs attention which is the automedkit/regen. Skills which outside of a couple units in the the game (e.g. Asawira) don't offer too much actual benefit for the cost. Regen at least provides shock immunity, automedkit is a very expensive piece of kit which on a zhayedan has a 45% chance of being useless... on a single wound model as well. I don't think 1 unit having a piece of equipment that reduces a slightly reduces doctor need for that unit will replace doctors in army lists. In Ramah there are only 2 units that can self-heal and they are not core units (although Zhayedan is trying to be?). I don't think buffing automedkit would spoil the medical porridge of infinity at all. As things stand that is. I do agree that healing overall should be reassessed in Infinity but that's a personal subjective opinion. I think there's more than enough lethality in the game to boost likelihood of getting someone up if you're expending orders to take the action. Which is why something like automedkit at least being automatic and not requiring a roll would at least be ~something~ that makes it worth paying for. Even if the auto doesn't work in your favour (i.e. you roll for rez immediately after lethal so if it triggers in your opponents turn, they can decide to put in another shot to take out the threat). That to me is a decent alternative to the current situation. Autotriggers instantly upon death giving you chance of getting back up but also stuns the unit so they don't get non-stop AROs against the enemy but you can try to dodge out of the way. At least that's situationally useful as opposed to an automedkit currently which is simply situationally usable. I promise however to stop banging this drum. Unless poor unit sales prompts CB to properly look at the unit, nothing is going to change. At some point I will play around with Zhayedan haris just to say I've done it and its not just mathfinity theoretical complaints. But its hard justifying even the haris when there's better gun fighters. To me its weird that in a sectorial with some very interesting and versatile links, the Zhayedan core is so dull. Wildcards are possible sure but this unit out of all others not having more flexibility to make them appealing is just baffling to me.