are able to seperate casual/consoletards/MMO players from pro players and skill based games.
I just noticed this reading through some of the other posts, and I had to laugh (just a little, promise). You do realise that both WoW and Guild Wars actually have their feet planted in the competitive scene? Guild Wars had tournaments on a regular basis with very large cash prizes for winners (talking $10,000 +). WoW is featured on MLG, Global Agenda also had cash prizes for tournaments aswell.
I don't think I need to go into the console competitive scene seems I covered it in a past post.
It seems to me like you don't actually know what the definition of competitive, or skill, is. To you it seems to be that if you don't play Starcraft, or a FPS with a mouse and keyboard, then people suddenly cannot be competitive.
A player can be skilled, and game at a professional level, regardless of the game he plays, the platform he plays it on, or the control device he uses to play said game.
To say otherwise just shows ignorance to competitive gaming as a whole and is a slap in the face of those who do dedicate their time to play at a high level of gaming regardless of what platform they play on.