Didn't they tell us some time ago allready they've detected core problems and to some extent told us some possibly solutions that are imo the right way? Like going away from Trifecta and making CD/CC/IAS not the most possibly best sh!t on your item but giving more opportunities. I especially liked the orb allowing for 2 hydras.
So just, I understand that "This game sux I quit (because of)" etc. topics had their usefulness to the point core-problems were detected, but right now such statements won't make much sense until AFTER they added this (itemization etc.), allowing for new feedback to new features in the future (since "I quit again" threads are some kind of feedback and tell them "Okay, this wasnt THE problem, but A problem.).
Until then, why we all not get creative and post suggestions/ideas only concerning what they are actually working on / intenting to fix / core problems instead of half of threads still being "lost faith in blizzard", "ah sucks so bad", "we need this or that", "I STOP F!!CK YOUU BLI$$"'s threads.
Seriously, I think it's understandable that people being dissapointed feel like "blizz only wants your money", but from an intelligent point of view, would any human being a game designer, especially working on great games such as Diablo 3 has the potential to be, not be interested to get things started? I mean imagine being a waiter and your guests are all like "he only wants tips. that service is just FAKE he wants TIPS!!!!!!!!!"
I just remember someone saying prior! to Diablo 3 release, that people will be all mad and flood the forums for atleast a year like in Diablo 2, and after things have been fixxed all will be forgotten and forgotten like D3 was never flawed. Just as people forgot that diablo 2 (in comparrisson to later) also had it's flawes at start.
So lets all be friends and constructive and get away from "blizzard hates me" philosophy.