Sadly, this is accurate... I do, however, believe there is a fair bit of hypocracy in those who attempt to pass themselves off as virtuous bug testers who have no ulterior motive on PBE other than to help others. I admit I joined PBE because the alluring nature of the free level 30 and money to buy all of the champions was too much to resist when I found out about it. Still, I joined a while back when PBE was relatively small, and over the past few months it has become anything but. I joined when my main account was about level 24, and it fell by the wayside. Now I play on both, as playing almost exclusively on PBE has made me a far better and more capable player, who bug tests in his spare time on PBE now. So indeed, the 20% or so who are looking for a free outlet to improve their skills with different champions is ultimately beneficial to the community I would say. We need random normal games taking place, because that's where bug testing thrives. If nobody played random champions nobody considered, many bugs would have gone unseen, for example, a ways back when Mordekaiser's ult had some strange interactions with champions upon their death. So no matter what your view is on those types of people, I believe that everyone possesses, or possessed, those inclinations at some point, and they shouldn't be condemned on the forums, but rather uplifted, and given a friendly environment to prosper. If we continue to berate or reject players like this, they just might turn to trolling, and become not just a neutral portion of the community, but a detriment to the system as a whole.