Aye, exciting. But wouldn’t it be even nicer, rather than having a plethora of subclasses, if there would be themed plug-ins for all (or the seemingly appropriate) of the classes? For example, there are already storm barbarians and storm sorcerers, shadow monks and shadow sorcerers, arcane fighters and arcane rogues. Heck, UA-wise they didn’t even know at first, if the scout subclass should be attributed to the fighter or the rogue. IMO all this excessive subclass grafting goes against their easy-2-play philosophy and reminds me a lot of 3.5e. A little more versatility and thinking ahead in core game design would have saved a lot of paper and would make 5e a more adequate roleplaying tool. Why not a monk scout, or a paladin monster slayer, without having to dip into other classes? At least a mechanic to tinker an existing subclass to fit other core classes would be cool. Just my 2 cents.