That’s why you’re better creating a thread asking for people who want to play. That way, you can lay down an initial set of basic do’s and don’ts to suit yourself. For example, I think it’s only fair after a boss fight for everyone to at least have a look at any good loot, then decide who really needs it. After all, there’s no point in one person being laden down with good gear and legendaries whilst the other(s) are walking around with green pea shooters. This is why it’s sometimes better to play with a mic, not to talk all the time (if that’s what you prefer), but to at least discuss drops and all decide who would benefit from it the most. That’s what separates good players form bad players, not the actual skill level of others.
I’m fairly decent at the game (not great), but give me a group of people that aren’t very good at the game over people who are excellent, but have no desire to think of others.