I have been a very active X-Wing player, and was a MtG pro-tour player for years before giving it up because it just wasn't fun anymore. Netrunner looked like a great game, and I admit I really enjoy the game itself. It is everything I enjoyed about MtG, with very little of the aggravation.
On the other hand.
Many of the ANR players I have met have reminded me unpleasantly of the MtG players I left behind. The reason I quit competitive MtG is because of the lack of common courtesy, sportsmanship, and decency that the game is somewhat infamous for (at least at "competitive" events).
This is not to say that these people are the majority, but there are an awful lot of them. Is this normal? Am I just unfortunate enough to have encountered a particularly large cluster of these folks, or has ANR seen a large influx of these folks from other card games? When I was at Worlds, the ANR community seemed to be a very positive and decent group, which is largely why I decided to join it.
Am I out of line even for asking?