Been messing around with mods and I have to say, it is as bad as I expected. There is no clear way to know which mods you even own. I can own a void sniper targeting mod but if I don´t have a void helmet then I literally cannot see it, because it doesn´t show up on the arc/solar helmet. If I get a well-rolled solar Last Wish helmet that I like (and if I want the helmet to look like that I have no other options, because only Eververse stuff is transmog), but I only have arc shotgun targeting mod, well too bad. I remember getting a pump action mod when turning in Crucible tokens, and I was confused trying to find it on my void cloak until I found an arc cloak and realized the mod is only arc. The whole system just feels very restrictive and not good to navigate at all. Not to mention the splitting of ammo finders+elements just made the whole mod pool incredibly dilluted. Also, for those who are worried about the grind being "too little" if we had no elemental affinity, consider this: - Outside of Eververse set, you will have to re-grind every armor set that you like with good stat rolls. - Since only Eververse armor (and a few exceptions AFAIK) are Ornaments, if you like anything else, you need to grind it. You like Calus armor? Grind away. You want to have Last Wish look? Go re-grind LW armor with the stat rolls you want. Iron Banner? Yup, again, wait for IB and grind it. You want to mix-match? Well, again, have fun grinding all those single pieces from activities like Escalation Protocol or Reckoning (btw this is quite fun right? All that Gambit Prime armor that we grinded for needs to be re-grinded again with the stats you want!). And make sure all those pieces have the correct element lol! The above feedback was posted on reddit and i strongly agree with every point which is why i'm posting it here to make sure its seen by bungie forum users also.