"In a interview with Shacknews conducted during BlizzCon 2010 this weekend, Blizzard's lead producer Chris Sigaty stated, " ... it is possible that we can identify people that use some cheat to get 100 achievements in a matter of seconds."
--- The SC2 CH Trainer doesn't do that. Therefore, there is no need to worry about that.
I am never playing SC2 again on principle. Blizzard is out of their minds. Im not buying another product either. They have gone to far.
Me personally i never play on-line games i love using cheats its gets me the whole story line and game completed,however the no-goods are the BANDITS that cheat in multiplayer mode they are the low down mob that gives us single players a bad name, as for Blizzard i will NEVER purchase another game from that company,they are lower than the cheaters in Multiplayer.
what will happen is that the previously legit players who purchased the game before will download cracked or warez versions of the game so they wont lose their 60 bucks to some lame ban. this is the future for the series of this game. i hate to say it, but blizzard is actually going to cause more people to get ahold of illegal or warez copies of this game so they can play it without fear of banning.
I do agree that Blizzard has gone a little to far but that is no reason to completely stop playing the game or not buy anything from the company. That kind of behavior doesnt make you any better than them. If you dont wanna use the cheat codes already placed in the game than that is your problem, not theirs.