I am not affiliated with GREE in any capacity outside of the forums. I am a praiser, and a dissenter at the same time. I believe it is entirely possible to dislike a game feature, or a portion of how the game is operating, and still be able to compliment, and praise other aspects of the game.
A balanced, and unbiased opinion generally lies somewhere close to the middle ground.
Of course, we'd all love to see our every idea get used, but realistically, a good portion of the ideas presented are biased towards ones own benefit (E.G. I can't figure out how to beat this hero in pvp, you must nerf it!). What one must consider, is if they are wanting a change for them self, or for the benefit of all (Am I one of the few people struggling with this, or is everyone unable to beat this hero)?
Lack of gold was a reasonable complaint by everyone. We were able to survive somewhat by focusing on a few key heroes to compete in pvp, but that left us with dozens of heroes that were neglected, and unable to be used for a year or more at the rate gold dropped.
They listened to this, they made some modifications to gold drops, and features such as the mountain, they gave us several contests that dropped a goodly amount of chests, and we were all able to pump our heroes more for that month or so. This gave us a variety of heroes to choose from now (the fight pit is no longer fifty people using W.W.M.K.G., or as I like to put it, playing "mine's bigger"). Drops in the chests were also modified from the looks of it to reflect our requests too.
So yes, sometimes we don't get what we want, but a good portion of the time, we are... but it's easy to forget the things that go right when you focus solely on what isn't going the way that you want.