We know it's a beta and they're listening to feedback, but what houserules are you using in your game right now?
Other than Homeworlds I'm doing:
Scatter gives an additional hit for every two degrees of success in short range. At PBR I'm debating whether they do Tearing or deal an additional hit per DoS.
Bipods give +5 BS when braced. Tripods give +10 when braced. When using a Bipod or Tripod, Suppressive fire is only -15 and -10BS respectively instead of -20 from Suppressing Fire.
Called Shots are the Dark Heresy version. As in, -20BS/WS to attack a specific location. You CAN autofire/swift attack a specific location, but it still follows the Multiple Hits Charts (IE: five shots from full auto on Called Shot: Body won’t all go on the Body). Note that you cannot use Called Shot for All-Out Attack.
Point Blank Range is now within 2-3m instead of 2m.
Carry/Lift/Pull weight is SB+TB+2, not SB+TB
For Regiment Generation, when getting an additional item, roll 1d10 if it’s for grenades or 1d5 for Clips. You get that many per purchase.
Storm Troopers get finesse in BS, since they kinda suck for shooting without it.
Commissars get Fellowship aptitude because why the hell don’t they have that?
If it doesn't say how many Clips you have for the equipment you get for specialty, assume you get 2 spare clips.
Everyone starts with a Sharpened Entrenchment Tool.
Debating whether to allow Minions to actually attack.