Just throwin this out there, when you arrogantly tell people they are wrong, which you do A LOT, people tend to just ignore you. People are more likely to listen to you if you phrase your sentences, "in my opinion".Here you are dead wrong. And if you can't see why, then no wonder the discussion rumbles on.
You appear to be convinced that no other players should get any kind of say in this, and expect your say to be the defining one. Can you not see a problem with this?
Again - dead wrong. I'm also going to take a stab in the dark that you think those players who DO engage in PP, but do so from PG and Solo, have their say in the feature removed as well?
It's not really a tough call at all.
If you come out with what you are actually trying to achieve, you may well get a ground swell of support.
If, truly, the PP dynamic would be improved FOR ALL PLAYERS, then this is definitely what would happen. However, the vacuum of information on what exactly it is that you are trying to push is the very reason that this ground swell is not apparent. Perhaps the "notions" being put forward by the PvP community simply does not appeal to most players ("notions" as opposed to fundamental gameplay expectations - which are not forthcoming - so the "notions" are all we have to go on at the moment.)
Your arrogance immediately makes me not want to read anything that you have to say. Something that took me 30 years to learn, just thought I'd pass on the knowledge.