We all know the ancient hatred between scouts and support.
In BF1 and BF4 supports are able to effectively "stunlock" their suppressed targets due to infinite and random bullet spread.
In BFV, the tables are turned, with suppression doing nothing (in terms of actual suppression), often allowing "suppressed" snipers to immediately return a headshot.
I think it's safe to say that both of these situations are unfair and that a good compromise must be made, so that the integrity of both classes are kept.
My idea is that upon being suppressed, one gains both a large increase in sensitivity (well beyond user controls) as well as a decent amount of sway. The beauty in this is that albeit difficult, a seasoned BF veteran would know how to respond to this situation, and PERHAPS be able to return sufficient fire; just as a seasoned war veteran would better understand suppression with experience.
This compromise would both allow support to provide one of its essential duties, as well as allow skilled players to experience and master a new skill gap. Sniper players of course value skill, and having the bragging rights of being able to return fire upon suppression could be pretty cool.