I think it’s like someone else said though, realistically you shouldn’t be moving rank too much once settled, unless your skill really does get better.
I’d like to see something built in to the ranking so that a number of consecutive wins actually boosts your rank considerably, to “test” you against better opposition. At the moment I feel it operates the wrong way around, with single losses taking you down too easily, but multiple wins slowing your rise. I’d prefer to see losers generally stay where they are and winners make perhaps overly optimistic rises.
Edit: To clarify, I think what I’d like to see is some kind of “check” on WLRs and on recent form. For example if you’re in Silver Skilled you should have a WLR of something around the 50% mark after 50 games or so (according to previous information about this settling out of ranks). If you’re sitting in Silver Skilled with a 60% WLR, and a recent form of win rates that exceeds 60%, maybe your next win should give you a “bonus” bump. Losing is pretty harsh on your points anyway so if you’re placed and it’s too much for you you should drop down over a short period of time to somewhere between where you were and where you got bonus-bumped to.
That being said, I think the points losses for losing seem somewhat fair (though there are plenty of edge cases where going up against a premade that seem to be of greater rank makes you lose more points than you’d win in the opposite case), so it’s really only the winning formula that needs a tweak or adaptation.
No-one. No-one has said they want this.