Scout. The new additions, namely the Nail Gun and the SMG are more powerful than the alternative Scattergun (except at close range) and Pistol. Now then, while the Scattergun can see some use, it's still typically better to go with the Nail Gun and the SMG is a direct upgrade to the Pistol. How do we fix both? The Nail Gun has a hidden 20% damage bonus, which is where the issue lies. On one hand, it makes it really viable to take down buildings from afar and up close due to the amount of shots, and it's relatively easy to take down opponents. I think that the 20% bonus should be removed, as well as the weapon having a wider spread (since it's really easy to safely take a sentry out when you're outside of its range), but in exchange, it could have a faster projectile speed so that your shots will go faster to your enemy, thus needing less leading of your mouse ahead, making it easier to aim. Yes, it makes the weapon easier to use by new Scouts, but the reward of it is also lowered (especially for long range as I have taken out a sentry by myself), making many players go to the Scatter, especially at close range, where the Scout should excel. Plus long range, it does like 4 damage per nail right now, which is far better than the Scatter. The SMG is just a direct upgrade. 25/250 ammowise is far too much, and it should be lowered to 25/75 basically immediately, and otherwise the SMG is balanced. Wait, didn't I mention that it's more powerful? My idea is to actually buff the Pistol for both Engineers and Scouts, by giving it a hidden +15% to +33% damage against buildings, so an Engineer can assist his sentry in taking out an unwatched nest, while a Scout has a bit more power when fighting nests alone from afar so he can go by safely. If we say that the Pistol has a 25% damage boost against buildings, at long range, it does 8+2 damage against a building, so if the Scout or Engy empties an entire clip and miraculously every shot hits, it does a maximum of 96+24 = 120 damage, something the SMG won't be able to do as a full clip of SMG does 4*25 = 100 damage with a full clip. If anybody is opposed to these proposed changes or has a way of balancing them out better, let me know.