I think classic wow gold is helpful for its ways it reveals enough time has passed that players are prepared to once again embrace the system design of the original game. Rather than releasing Classic, though, I would like Blizzard had experimented with reintroducing old approaches to another mainline expansion--although I well remember the blowback when Blizzard attempted to reintroduce crowd control-heavy dungeons in the 2010 Cataclysm expansion.
And today that Classic appears like a hit--although I am intensely curious to find out what the reception will be just like two weeks from now--maybe a few of those ideas will still spill over.
However, I worry the damage is already done. WoW Classic is already splitting some of the community. From a personal angle, I've got one friend who has been playing with the mainstream game constantly since 2004 who says he's"switched over entire time" since he likes Classic a"billion percent over current retail." Classic essentially introduces a second faction rivalry besides that of Alliance and Horde--that the Classic players versus the mainstream players--and so slips a little too neatly to the contemporary proclivity toward tribalism.
As for me personally? I prefer to cheap wow classic gold look forward rather than behind. I've little doubt that Classic will be a success. However, for World of Warcraft's location as an cultural phenomenon that is evolving and relevant? We may be taking a look at a finish.