I have noticed a very underwhelming amount of players using the support class, and those who do use a couple guns in particular. He only guns I ever seem to use or see other people use are the MG15 Na Suppressive, Lewis Gun Suppressive, and the Bar M1918 Storm. The reason people use these is quite simple: they are accurate. The worst part is that the first two I mentioned are only really worth using beyond CQB(also not ideal for LMGs)if the bipod is deployed. The Bar is an entirely different beast and would be a good assault rifle, but it's supposed to be an LMG. While I like this gun, I don't like the fact that I have to trade off a large magazine size for accuracy slightly better than a potato. This turns the weapons into nearly irrelevant at any gunfight due to the blatant counters. In CQB, assault reigns supreme, as it should, and at longer ranges, a half-decent sniper will kill you 9/10 times. Even if you do manage to kill one, there is bound to be another seeing as Scout is, at least in my experience, the most played class by a mile. At medium ranges, DMRs are incredibly powerful. So where does this put LMGs? A very bad spot, in my opinion. Being a Support kinda guy, it saddens me to see this. I still do very well with them after practice, but all of the other weapons have ease of use and have a much higher payoff with power and accuracy overall. I think the way you amazing people at DICE could address this is by taking another look at the mechanic in place for LMGs in that they grow more accurate after firing over time. Perhaps you could lessen the time/shots it takes to gain accuracy or even, in my opinion, remove the mechanic. BF4 had LMGs in a very competitive position, so long as you managed recoil and bullet deviation. The general message I'm trying to get across here is that LMGs seem to have a very low skill ceiling due to the bipod and the horrible mechanic that LMGs possess. There is no depth to the gunplay within the class and it is generally not satisfying to use these weapons. Please consider my feedback and feel free to respond no matter what, I'd love to hear any and everyone's opinions/views on the state of the Support class!