dude, removing bedrock shouldn’t be a feature. It’s plain and simple, it makes farms better, but that is exploiting a glitch that isn’t supposed to exist. The point of bedrock is to have an unbreakable block. Being able to break it devalues everything. Even then, many people have their bases in the nether. I’ve made a town in the nether. I am unsure of why everyone thinks the nether is worthless when so many people a: live there, b: make GIANT farms there, and c: make places for other people to live there. Also, there is bedrock at the bottom of the nether too, so it still happens. Also, if someone would not care to put the work into griefing, obviously they’d get banned, but if the original of the item(s) they destroyed would be gone, it would just be a copy that was returned to you. If I lost my Tallcraft head, I’d be livid, even if I got it back, I would have lost the original that I won in the tournament that I spent several days training for. Also, there are ways to have the bedrock item, once again devaluing a lot of important aspects of minecraft.