Somethings I've noticed going through PvP is that Starfleet players are never wrong. They win every argument automatically because they are Starfleet. Starfleet ships are the best. Starfleet Captains never cry or run away. Starfleet players always have the best teamwork. The tactics of Starfleet players are infailible and constantly rewrite the teachings of Sun Tzu. Klingons players are dirty cheaters that hack and exploit the game because they will never be able to beat a Starfleet player. Ever. In anything.
This has to be true because every time I try to talk to a Starfleet player about ways they can improve all they do is stick their fingers in their ears and scream "LA LA LA LA LA". So obviously, I must be wrong since no one provides a counterargument to anything.
The average KDF player is an easy read, they're twitchy, they think too much about reacting. A low powered broadside will scare them in to popping FBP, even a single beam has caused "Premature Feedback Pulseulation". This is when you use Target Aux II, at low power, and punish them. If you're smart, the damage will be superficial at worst. If you're even smarter, you're using a 2 or 3 turrets, turrets are very underrated. And since all that power to aux has to come from somewhere, either weapons or shields, they're not much of a threat. Once they know that their FBP tricks won't work, you can just "hurr rsp" and "durr spacebar" your way to victory!
But all of this is invalid because I'm a KDF Captain. I'm oblivious to how my average team mates react and completely clueless in all things PvP because I'm not a part of the all mighty Starfleet.