I said that.
Anyway, here is more of what I tend to do. When the game starts I either want to get behind the enemy or defend against them. I already said how I get behind them but now I'll cover defending. My field has one flank that is a bit higher and looks over the field, though it is still covered and very bushy. I usualy go about a 3rd up this flank, find a nice bush patch and just sit in it looking over everything. Eventualy enemies will come up my flank and they, so far, have never really been able to see exactly where I was in the bushes. All they knew was that fire was coming from "over there". If their group is large enough they just rush me though, but O well. Also, I can easily lay fire down-field on any enemies advancing.
It's not your marker that makes you a great player, it's how dumb the other team is.