PinkElephant you sound defensive. That's OK, maybe you can still get a trophy.
Furthermore, the evidence contradicts what you state. If this is the "most agile time" then why are major features still horribly broken 6 months later? (By the way I run a S/W development company, so don't try to lecture me about technical debt, bug backlog, burndown rate, agile techniques, etc. -- most people just see the end product)
Have you ever bought a product (I think I'm in my 11th year paying for EN) and had it not deliver on what you paid for? And then complaining is not appropriate?
2 of my colleagues and one employee used to work at EN. They said that morale isn't good. Fair enough, sample size of 2. But when I hear that and the product reflects that (plenty of other bugs, and there didn't used to be so many user-facing bugs) that isn't a good sign. And yet all I see on new release notes are (IMO) either superficial tweaks or things that I don't care about (and no one on my team cares about, from a recent discussion we had on Slack)
I hope you get your trophy.