Welcome to Peaches' Opinion Corner! Here's some stuff that's been on my mind:
When used correctly, SynthV isn't just easier than Vocaloid, it's much better. Listen to duets/trios featuring Xingchen and any of her sisters. Xingchen sticks out like a broken leg. I really hope she gets a SynthV release, because her potential could easily be tripled.
Wowaka's Unhappy Refrain and Hachi's Sand Planet had the same ultimate goal: address a notorious problem in the Vocaloid community (the lack of respect given to musicians for Unhappy Refrain, the slowing/dying down of the Vocaloid community for Sand Planet). Both are pessimistic and have a message, but Unhappy Refrain was a lot more successful in its delivery, as the topic it pressed was deeply needed, and proper credit for producers has become a much bigger thing than it was in Wowaka's heyday. Sand Planet, however, was just kinda mean, and I feel like it blatantly discredited the hard work of producers and fans trying to keep the Vocaloid fandom afloat.
I still love both songs, though, make no mistake. I just feel like Sand Planet could have been a bit more respectful, or at least suggest change...
Kaito English doesn't sound like Kermit, y'all are just mean.
(Though I'm not sure if a lot of people actually think that, considering I've only seen two memes about it, but one was from a popular Vocaloid YouTuber, so...)
Masa needs to release the off-vocal for STAR LIGHT. Dammit Masa it'd make a perfect OliLen duet, I'm dying over here!
In spite of the game's flaws, Save the Homeland has the best soundtrack of any BokuMono game. Its replacement with a new soundtrack (and Toy/Tony's redesign: they cut his ponytail off, and his model in-game makes him look like he has fish eyes from certain angles) is really the only area where Hero of Leaf Valley underperforms in comparison.
I also prefer the more fluid animations of StH: as gorgeous as HoLV is, it feels more stilted, and it takes away that realistic, almost gritty edge that made StH so charming.