Courtesy, Lyr. I haven't played since WOW beta, but I've played since 1.1 and generally know the game. I've done the new zone thing since new zones were something that arrived in a patch. Having run a DK, a Priest, a Druid and a Hunter through the process, I may be short of your level of completion, but I had noticed what it takes to get through LFR. There is no need to write as if I don't even know what the lock outs are. I made it through, I presume that others are at least as competent as an old man with bad eyes and reflexes that don't respond as fluidly as they once might have. My hands have slowed, I haven't quite hit the level of senility that you seem to suspect.
My apologies if I didn't word what I said quite right, and caused you to misunderstand...
I never said that LFR was hard, or that one couldn't get through it, I said that doing LFR for the purpose of gearing up for the next expansion isn't very productive in any reasonable time-frame. With the ninja'ing going on, and people rolling Need to vendor the items when other people could have actually used said item, trying to gear up with LFR is not something that's generally recommended.
Now if the OP wants to do LFR to see the Content, or just to have fun with it, then by all means! They very much should try it.
And as far as the "new zone thing", well, THIS expansion, they're doing something new. I wasn't sure if you were aware that they stuck green item vendors in the zones that sells you who sets of gear for a few hundred gold to get you "up to speed"; they had never done this in WoW before. The closest they ever had, was the whole craftable suit of Plate Tank Armor at Lv70 and 80. But that's Craftable, not bought and does not include weapons. There are Level 81 weapons, but those tend to take some materials and are not easy to make.
But anyways, my apologies if you took anything I said, as offensive, it wasn't meant that way at all. Edited, Jul 23rd 2012 3:10pm by Lyrailis