This is getting absurd. You're trying to claim that the reason someone gets 15 kills a game and someone else gets 8 kills a game is a difference in genetics. That is so ridiculously flawed and arrogant it's laughable. Johnny doesn't get 7 more kills than Joey each map because his brain genetics are more superior. The margin of difference in brain genetics between average, normal people is so thin that the margin is often irrelevant. What makes the difference in performance is, as I said, almost exclusively emotional: Dealing with pressure, playing more relaxed, not being tense when in gun fights, etc. There are great SOCOM players who get 15 kills one map and then 5 the next. If brain genetics were the difference maker, than those players would put up 15-20 kills every single map, but no one does that. Lastly, doing well in SOCOM is also hugely influenced by luck. Many kills come from killing someone who doesn't see you or just being in the right place at the right time, while getting killed is often down to the exact same thing. Luck is an overwhelmingly huge element in SOCOM. You don't get 15 kills on a map because you're "genetically superior". You get 15 kills on a map because you're confident, not too tense when you shoot, and because you got lucky. That's you and every single player. I've been an athlete my whole life and still am, so I'm good. Debating finger-speed SOCOM Leet's in my spare time is a fun side hobby. And, as I've said multiple times now, there's absolutely zero frustration or animosity involved. I'm thoroughly enjoying this unique debate, as I don't think this topic has every really been talked about before. Not to my knowledge at least.