I've recently been pushing myself to improve my aim and my play style, and I've been pretty happy with the results. I cut my sensitivity in half which helped a lot, and I've been focusing a lot on crosshair placement, keeping it at head height. It's starting to become unconscious, I think I've finally kicked the "running around looking at the ground" habit I thought I'd never be rid of. (at least mostly) Look at how consistently I keep my crosshair at head height and how I peek corners carefully. I also snap my crosshair right to player's heads or upper torsos as soon as I can. Playing CS:GO had a big part in this. (Ignore the horrible fail at the end. I still have a lot to work on in terms of game sense) For contrast, here is a video from 5 months ago. I honestly don't really feel like I've improved that much since then. Actually sometimes it feels like I've gotten worse. It's just that I'm now much more aware of what I'm doing wrong, and I kind of view that time period through nostalgia/ego goggles. But the difference is clear from watching this. Look at the terrible crosshair placement in the beginning and how shaky my aim is in the first encounter. Then when I am behind all of those NC I shoot at their center mass, because aiming for heads was "too risky" and body shots were safer. I didn't even try to knife any of them. Finally this is 16 months ago. My first Planetside 2 video. I don't even know what to say about this... (at least I saw one Wrel approved corner slice in there) I always feel like I'm stagnating or that I've hit the plateau of my natural skill and can't get any better. But I keep proving myself wrong and hope to keep doing so.