Your arguments are absolutely horrible, dude, because you resort to ad hominem attacks and keep moving the goal posts. Keeping that in mind, we’re gonna stick with the original position: pay to win. Guess what, it doesn’t exist in the game: everything attainable in the game is up to a grind or RNG. You cannot buy experience and skill: the entire point of the game is developing the skills necessary to beating current content, and the game is doing a fairly decent job of ensuring that different levels and specific demands are being met.
Yes, class balance is completely out of whack when it comes to certain tasks, but everyone still needs to level to 120; even if someone buys a level boost to 110, they still need to put in the hours to learn how to play their class. Racial balance? Not that bad. Sure, races like NE have an unfair advantage in dungeons, but raids are a whole different matter, PVP more so.
Yes, it’s possible to buy a Mythic raid kill or a Mythic dungeon clear, but that doesn’t mean anything because you don’t have the skills to stay there or get further. You didn’t buy anything but an achievement.
I’ll admit I don’t care much for pushing keys because the rewards, both in terms of items and mastering a spec I’m not altogether enthusiastic about, simply don’t appeal to me. This expansion simply isn’t my cup of tea. However, I do watch those MDI videos and Mythic raid streams, just like you suggested, and guess what?
Not a single player on those videos paid money to win. They did it the old-fashioned way: did the math to figure out the best advantages, practice til they got better than yesterday, then relentlessly beat their heads on the content until they made it look easy.
So don’t go insulting players who are better than you are by insinuating that they bought their edge. We’re talking about players who swapped nearly their entire raid to trolls just to take advantage of a one-second slow reduction. They’re better players than you are because they applied math to find the best class and race combos, then put in the time to exploit the crap out of every single advantage they could possibly squeeze out of them.
You want to get better, make a list of your shortcomings and weaknesses, then practice like hell to get over them no matter how bad it makes you look, it’s really that easy. There’s no “buying” your way out of this game.