You guys earned your 1 this month for Soldier Front. I thought things were improving and these kill events would be better for the community, but they're nothing more than an underhanded ploy to avoid paying out large amounts of people. The Spring Break Event only required 300 kills per event with 20 matches per mode, and now you've increased it to 600 and 30? This isn't even possible, let alone reasonable, for people who don't spend 8 hours sitting at the computer. Many users worked hard to complete specific events for various reasons: either not liking one of the modes, or they could only play for 1 day, and you are refusing to give them their prizes because 'They didn't do it in order.'
This is completely unacceptable, and all it's going to do is drive away the few remaining players you do have from the game permanently. Recently, most of my games have been with brand new players, and if you keep treating the community like this, you'll turn them off too. If you thought patching most hacks after 6 months of ignoring them, then washing your hands of everything is going to work, you're in for a rude awakening.
Posting tiers and saying "HI I'M A GM, MAKE ME A SIG!" isn't community interaction. Try actually engaging with players on a personal basis and contributing to the forum every now and then. You are seen as community leaders and the extent of your leadership in a nutshell is "Sorry for the inconvenience, here's a tier, pasted response to a ticket, SIGNATURE CONTEST, MEDIOCRE PRIZES!, Don't complain in the shoutbox." Memphis was the only person who acted like he cared about the community, and I'm sure he'll end up in SF 2 and we'll be stuck with some monotone drone.
Said it before and I'll say it again: I spent over $100 a month on average when SF was under Memphis control, and now it's down to $25 because your customer service is just awful. When you start pretending you care and share something with the community other than bad news, maybe you'll get less complaints.