Bro, you're like lvl 6 right now... maybe lvl 10 at the highest (haven't logged into OB yet so not sure how they adjusted exp. gain) and if you played other betas you probably didn't get too high lvl there either. I hear this a lot but think back to ffxi. When did that game get interesting? around lvl 20 ... some would say lvl 30. And levels 1-10 were a almost complete solo exp (unless you were a whm and then you begged a war to tag along with from levels 6-10) and I don't believe there was a more repetitive game during early levels. So my point is if ffxi is any indication of how SE views early levels I would say don't expect an incentive to party until lvl 20 or so. I've already heard leves get a lot harder around that level so I am sure its probably to your advantage to party unless you want to stick with 1 star guildleves. Also, you really can't judge content and leveling exp of really any MMO from early levels. They all kind of suck early on.
Even if that were true, it's something of a problem if the game gets boring early on. Most new players won't be like, "Oh, I'm sure it'll get better in a few levels."
I've barely even played in the OB. I'm talking about my past experiences-- I've been on board since alpha, and there were plenty of people who got into the 30's and higher in the last phase. Unfortunately it really didn't get much better, and that's coming from the people who liked the game well enough to get that far. Personally I was far too bored to even make myself get to 20.
I'm afraid you're too optimistic. SE has a lot of problems to fix, and while they've been doing a decent job of it, they have so much to do that it leaves me to suspect that major problems will be ignored. And while we're talking about FFXI being any indication, let's hope that it's not.
Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...
Never confuse your inference as the listener for an implication of the speaker.
Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.