Sorry for taking the thread on a tangent, but seeing summaries without the capacity to respond to them kind of bugs me. Everybody wants interaction. Seriously. Everybody playing here longs for GM activity. That doesn't mean negative experiences are invalid, heh. I dislike the signups because if GMs actually make an effort to represent the setting, then it involves everyone. If you don't want to play in Layonara's setting you need a new server. If the GMs say there has been a flood and you can't pass that way, you just can't pass that way, that's it.
If Rael's #1 blew kisses at me and broke martial law to ask my character out, I would consider that breaking immersion more than anything else, even though it labels me as ungrateful for the time spent on me. Forgive the exaggerated example, but it is only hyperbole and not impossibility.
Just like it is important to be patient with GMs and attempt to understand the team's position and perspective before making assumptions or generalizations, taking an extra step to understand player reactions can occasionally be productive more than just shutting out those not in the 100% fan club. The kind of impromptu and the actions taken or not taken on them are usually relevant to the reaction.