I have recently decided to leave BSC Legion, the corp I have been in since almost the day I started playing. It wasn't based on drama of any sort, and there was no massive theft to herald my exit. In fact I sold a rigged Drake to one of my corp-mates for 30 mil and donated a rigged Iteron Mk V to the corp.
The null-sec life can at times be more of a hassle than it's worth. And the only reason I was there was because my friend Asander was there. He has since gone quiet due to personal issues, and while I don't blame him for that, it's not exactly fun when you barely know anyone else in your corp, most of whom are EU timezone anyway.
While I bear the Legion no ill will, and may still do things in high-sec to help them, I'm not interested in being tied down and enduring the vagaries of a game play style that for me at least, is not fun. One of the great things about EVE is that it is so open and undefined. While most people see sov holding null-sec as EVE's "end game" I consider that little more than chest thumping. Some will argue w-space is EVE's true endgame given the greater limitations imposed by the environment (no local, stations, ice, moon mining, belts, and the overall tougher rats (sleepers) who offer no bounties.) And while I appreciate those difficulties, they are ultimately self-imposed.
EVE's endgame is, in the end, whatever you make of it.
Like null-sec kill mail whoring to a fault? NCdot would love to hear from you.
Like the thought of hot-dropping a Merlin with a titan fleet. Pandemic Legion is calling your name.
Think camping outside Jita 4-4 with wardecs on random alliances is the pinnacle of PvP? The Orphanage has you covered.
Have a good combat record and like the thought of working for the highest bidder? Noir. Mercenary Group is the place for you. Tell Alekseyev Karrde or Nidia Masters I sent you, then wait for the riotous laughter.
For me at least, this is a time to go try my hand at some things I've always wanted to try. Perhaps some RP? Maybe some Incursions? What ever it is, it will be me choosing what to do and on who's terms.