meh, I don't discriminate and force onto others how they should enjoy their own experience. As long as they can differentiate between experiences they can participate in as many play styles and games as they want. The only caveat is that if you play a style of game, be prepared to play that style of game.
Factory mosfets and fire controllers are pretty junky. If you want a mosfet, have a good unit installed when your gun goes in for service/upgrades. A good time to do it is when the trigger contacts die the first time. It keeps start up cost low. Run a gun till it breaks, it could be a year, it could be 2 years, set aside at least half the cost of the gun.
The more basic the aeg, the less that can go wrong with it. With guns using factory mosfets, some of them also have factory proprietary parts... good luck getting replacements quickly for some.
I futz with V2s, V3s and V6s. I could be wrong... but probably, most likely not, as far as I know.