On the other hand, there are a lot of issues that are design decisions, like the lack of any way to conveniently target party members, the fact that the UI for selling things is 7-8 steps when 3 steps (Sell -> Set Quantity -> Okay) would clearly suffice, the fact that crafting is still using the arcane method of individually selecting each ingredient from your inventory, the fact that there's no ability to rebind keys, etc. All of these are DESIGN decisions. No amount of bug fixing will improve these elements because they're already working as designed.
So you KNOW that they're not implementing a way to easily target party members? You KNOW that you're always going to have to go through 7-8 steps to sell? You KNOW there will not be a way to rebind keys?
I know that with every day that passes, it is less likely. I know that if they do make needed changes, I'll be happy to have those changes, but there's no particular reasons to expect them.
From what I understand, from one of the earlier phases to the one right after it, the combat system went through a MAJOR overhaul. It seems like most of the things you "KNOW" are things that you can't possibly know for sure.
As the game stands then yes, these are issues, but it is a BETA. Let the final game release, then start whining and I'll be here complaining with you.
I don't care if any one whines with me. Actually, I'm not even whining, just taking a shot at those who mouth the "It's just beta!" argument like mindless automatons. That excuse becomes less valid every day closer to release. Back at the start of beta it probably covered 90% of potential complaints. That % has narrowed quite a bit at this point.
I'll be happy if they implement things like key binding, streamlines interface, etc, but I think until they do it's worth talking about. If people want to disregard news from beta, that's their choice, but they should not keep squawking for other people to NOT have an opinion, especially this late in testing. We don't really need the entire forum filled with negativity, but telling people "It's just beta!" is more like a challenge to step up the complaints than a valid reason not to complain.