Yeah Halo is a strategical game, more even with Reach than other Halos. Well the original Reach pre TU that is. It wasn't about aim skill at the highest level, everyones skill is the same in that category ,which is why OG reach was hated by pros. Their aimskill meant nothing and they were no longer the best players. The best players were and still are unknown players.
Halo is mostly about positioning, knowing the trajectory of your grenades, knowing the spawn of powerweapons and such. Like you said this game is completely different to most fps games. This game unlike those, is very easy. It holds your hand through everything. The bullet magnetism is a perfect example of that. This is why it's more about things like that and not about things like aim. It's more about using your brain to win rather than using pure aim and reflexes to win. Now that you say it I just realized that in itself is another great argument for why aa is not the big issue some people make it out to be.
It's super easy to make quotes. Sice you seem to know about so many such comments, why not just quote one? Validate your claims or they mean litteraly nothing.
You say "I think it's unbalanced" and expect 343 to make changes to a fundemental part of the game. After I tell you to lay out evidence for why it should be changed you say "nah I already have go read" You expect me to read through over 70 pages of text for something that might possibly be true. Do you honestly not realize how preposterous that is? You're being completely unreasonable and like I said it won't get you anywhere.
Ok yes landing your shots if you are close enough to your target is easier with a controller I will admit that. The things is that landing shots in close range with a mouse is also very easy, just not as easy. The mouse makes up for this by being alot better in every single situation you can imagine except in 1v1 cqc with a single shot weapon like the DMR.
However that being said there is still a big advantage with controller in this game. At the highest level, the mouse user is far more prone to missing shots than a controller user, who at a pro level should be hitting every single shot fairly quickly. Not only that but like I said before, the controller user will always be able hit their shots faster. These are just facts man, and no manner of strategy or big brain thinking is ever going to change that dynamic. People just want the game to be fair and balanced and right now they are clearly not.
Also you claim the mouse is better in every other situation when it is not. The only weapon that is better with the mouse is the Sniper rifle. Maybe the AR but they are pretty equal in my opinion. Even the sword and shotgun are way harder to use on mouse and you will get killed way more often missing with these weapons. The fact you are making this claim makes me question whether or not youve even played much on mouse and keyboard at all.
I have no issues with the shotgun and sword. Just tap when red and you're good to go. If you get camo you're unstoppable.
However note that when I say "in every other situation" I am not simply talking about the use of different weapons. For example using turrets on vehicles, vehicles in general, turning around to face someone on your back, every single long range fight with every single weapon, noscoping, flicking, looking around you for vision, etc. The list goes on endlessly.
There are very few times when controller has the advantage. The litteral only time a controller would give you the upper hand is when you're in a 1v1 in close quarters with a single shot weapon like the DMR and you face someone of equal skill and you are both prone to regularly miss. In that case the controller user will have an easier time hitting his shots and will probably win the duel. Though this is a common occurance it's not so common that it's the only encounter. This is hardly gamebreaking in my opinion.
Controller does not give you higher fire rate. Neither does it reduce your bloom so I am not entirely sure what you mean.
I do sometimes use a controller for it's simplicity and comfort but usually I play with kbm. Although I admit there are advantages to the controller there are advantages to the mouse as well. Quite big ones. I've owned consoles for almost my entire life but PC is just better and my go to for gaming so I am quite used to kbm. 1v1 me in typeracer and you won't question me anymore :P