Love the perspective. One thing to note is the fact that weapons such as NLB, IB, and etc. bypasses the secondary ammo change so Bungies intention to force primary usage can be avoided which allows a small weapon pool to be advantageous (meta) making users who don't want to use these weapons always be at a competitive disadvantage. I'm addition the decision to allow side arms to always have at least have one clip from spawn has eliminated the potency of CQC primaries which drives weapon diversity even lower. What made Destiny amazing was weapon diversity and the ability to go in crucible with different load outs. Having secondary ammo reasonably available allowed that as if I wanted to Last Word I would have the option to use Sniper to complement it. That ability to define your play experience is gone as making decision to not go sidearm or meta weapons really stunts your ability to approach crucible with different options. Question to raise, was this done on purpose with the intent to decrease our PvP enjoyment in D1 which would build anticipation for D2 (assuming secondary ammo change won't carry over)? Just saying...
I don't think it was intended to ruin D1 for us. D2 won't arrive for months, so if they drove their players off, they'd probably find something new. It was merely intended to ruin special weapons. And it did.