Yes, that is right. Thats why I've said on more than one occasion to reserve judgment. Yea, I understand that there is a lot of information out, and theres the excitement. Its only fair to want to talk about it and voice your opinion, but keep it reasonable.But, couldn't you say no one here is qualified based on those criteria? Reading .hack//Epitaph of the Twilight is essential for understanding how teleportation fits in alongside long-established canon, but no one here has read it. I myself have only read the first few chapters but I wouldn't say that qualifies me for much. I really should get around to finishing it, I'm a shamefully lazy reader. But anyway, my point is this: aren't we all pretty handicapped in evaluating Link?
However, the more experienced you are the more likely your opinion is to have reason behind it. Usually anyways. I'm not saying I'm gonna turn down the opinion of everyone who hasn't experienced every single part of .hack. Just the less they've experienced the less likely they know what they're talking about. It more like a grading system. You don't need a perfect 100 score to pass, but you need a more then a 17 or a 26. Not to say that someone who has a 17 couldn't answer something that someone with a 93 couldn't, just I know who is gonna be my study buddy for the next exam.