Social Justice Lazy Warlord
Ah, but it won't. I'll be in game with strangers but I won't be grouped with strangers (I was using the term "group" there as it is used in game, not as a generic term). Between games I won't have a group of strangers waiting with me to queue who will be in my coms. I really don't mind playing with strangers. I simply don't like being grouped with strangers. There actually are quite a few differences between those two scenarios. I can enumerate them further if necessary. You are, of course, wrong about what I want. I do, in fact, want tools to improve the game.RL/RQ will group you with strangers, and every disappointing experience you had in LFG will be repeated and, this time, unavoidable. Like I said last time, you don't want new tools to improve the game, you want a community from which you can pick decent players. No matchmaker is going to give you the set of players you are hoping for; you have to go out and find them yourself.
There is a reason streamers and players and content creators who have left the game are coming back in anticipation of role queue/role lock.
ETA: Honestly, best case scenario for me personally would be to be in group with folks on my friend's list (so I'm chatting amiably with them while queueing), but matched for games with strangers (so I can be placed in appropriate matches). In a world with an improved matchmaker enabled by role lock/role queue that would be even better. And lest you think I'm simply pulling this out of nowhere, I've actually done something like this before- set up a Playstation chat party to be chatting amiably with my friends while I'm playing Overwatch and they're playing Apex Legends. You can prioritize party audio or game audio and shift back and forth as necessary.