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Organized tf2 is a thing which exists next to regular tf2 and trade tf2. All 3 of these sects can offer interests to different people. I have a hard time seeing why one would hate the other simply for existing.
I personally consider the competitive tf2 (or before i heard of tf2, quake scene) more entertaining than any other fps ive seen. I trade and pub, but i enjoy the competitive theory-wank and watching matches or good demo reviews. (PS in need of good demo review links) Im not entirely sure what the topic is specifically asking.
I'm not really interested in playing myself unless more of my friends pick up TF2 and feel like getting a team going. That won't happen, and if it does, they'll all be total rookies.
I do love watching high-level 6v6 matches though. It is nice to see how capable some people are at playing the game, even if there are really only, like, 2 teams capable of winning the ESEA LAN.
Highlander is okay, but it gets a little chaotic at some points. Plus, you don't get the exciting off-classes of 6v6. Spy plays are just spy plays. Sure, they can get clutch backstabs on the medic, but those happen all the time in highlander. Not so in 6v6. Same story with snipers.
So long story short, I don't wanna play, I like watching 6v6, and highlander is kinda lame.