From this thread: "Obviously there is no way I will play with the original rules now". WHY? No reason is given. None. Well, this thread talks about the system at length, pointing out the problems. And essentially the same old shit comes up: older game systems suck because they are older. That's it. This is exactly the same knock on D&D and AD&D. Newer games are newer and therefore better because they have rules that "make sense". The GM shouldn't have to make a rules-system work. No way. The rules need to be perfect.
As I have stated countless times already, if you are so fucking lazy that you cannot make alterations to a set of rules to suit your needs (within reason), don't run a game. Yes, the Palladium system has issues, no doubt about it. But are they really as bad as rpg.net would have you believe? Not even fucking close. In fact, to be perfectly honest, half the systems touted as being superior actually suck balls. Further, I find it hilarious that a major knock on the Palladium system is that it has levels AND skills! Isn't that exactly the same as D&D 3.X and 4? No, see, they use open-ended rolls instead of percentile! TOTALLY DIFFERENT! There are only so many possible ways to quantify things using numbers that make any sort of sense, and all these "better" game system still resemble D&D enough that they're not any different.
This post is probably the worst of the bunch for obvious reason. Obvious meaning I won't explain myself whatsoever.