D&D has taken the streamlined approach, so I wouldn't want Pathfinder to try and mimic them on that. Instead, I would want them to lean heavily into what they're already know for, which is character customization. My ideal Pathfinder 2E would offer the same variety of choices as Pathfinder 1E, except better organized, and balanced in such a way as to minimize the power discrepancy between an organic character and a planned one; it should practice compartmentalization, so that your choice in one area does not overly affect your choice in other areas.I've read a number of negative discussions about the 2nd edition playtest of Pathfinder (and honestly, I've participated in a few myself). So I'm curious, what would you have wanted in a revised Pathfinder/new edition? Maybe it's a streamlined Pathfinder 1E (similar to Unchained)? Maybe it's an edition of Pathfinder that's compatible with 5E D&D?
I used to play, but I gave up because of the pressure to build a strong character. I had to spend hours researching every feat, for fear of not finding the right one. It just wasn't fun anymore.I'd also be curious to know what relationship you currently have with Pathfinder (currently play/GM it, used to play/GM it, etc.)?