Roid rage isn't a myth, your personality is definitely affected by hormones, certainly the ones that cross the blood-brain behaviour. We know this, for example, from transsexuals who report personality changes after their sex change operations. It's widely reported that the hair loss drug propecia can induce significant personality changes, since it lowers androgens in the brain. The prolactin-inhibitor cabergoline (popular among steroid users) is associated with an increased risk of gambling addiction. A friend of mine went on a modest dose of supplementary testosterone, he was getting into more fights and was having more sex. When you say that it "might" increase aggressive behavior, sure. Results will vary based on the individual, the dose, and the other hormones. Separately, you wrote: complete lack of knowledge on how/what to use. With respect, nobody has any knowledge of how to use the poorly researched experimental drugs. Testosterone itself is reasonably well researched, but if you're taking Ostarine then you're in no man's land. That's true, it can be two meals. Some Muslims get up early and have a meal at 5:00am.