When you cast swap, in banjo and strikers, there is an area in an angle in front of your hero that you can target in which the spell will be cast before turning. If you target in this area, the swap orb will come out before your hero starts turning, and then you will turn to face the target. In banjoball, with very slow turn rates, the swap projectile would hit someone standing beside you before you turned fully to face them, allowing you to swap them with the ball without turning it over. In strikers, with the increased turn rates, this is no longer possible (or at least much more difficult and less viable). Since most of swap's usefulness comes from the ability to create chances from dribbling/close control situations, removing this technique from puck's arsenal severely limits the effectiveness of the hero. The situation can be remedied by buffing puck in other regards, which is what has been done thus far. For instance, increasing the projectile speed is what Dayne did in the recent patch. This, in my opinion, is a roundabout way that does not address the key issue. Instead, my suggestion is to allow swap to be cast in any direction without turning. It's a more fun and intuitive buff that will allow the class to be played more aggressively. In addition, I think it's very important that curveshot get added to the game.