In my opinion, the biggest block to leveling another character to 60 in Shadowlands is the idea that I will be forced to run them through the Maw again.
In one way, I never change mains, because I have only once not mained a Warrior and that was a brief experiment at the beginning of Battle for Azeroth when I decided I'd try a Death Knight.
I think that Shadowlands, with its focus on the Renown system and Covenants, really made me aware of reputation in World of Warcraft and how stifling it can be.
We already noted that in patch 9.1, you'll be able to send Soul Ash to alts, meaning that you could conceivably farm Soul Ash on a bunch of your characters and funnel it towards one you want to craft a legendary for.
So, you have a lot of alts, and you're having trouble getting enough Soul Ash to get that Paladin the right Legendary.
I find myself having a much harder time getting my alts to max level in Shadowlands than I did in Battle for Azeroth, but I know some people have multiple alts to 60 and in full Covenant gear, and I'm a trifle impressed.
Torghast just became a little more alt-friendly.
I really expected I would approach Shadowlands leveling in a systematic way, using the Threads of Fate system to pop all of my alts to max level as fast as possible, and I was entirely and completely wrong about this.
I will absolutely never really feel comfortable telling you the best way to do anything for a variety of reasons.
In Shadowlands, each week we progress further with Renown, which has a weekly cap.