Same how people in the Ableton camp complain about lackluster features (though the Abes forum is kinda quiet right now) and I think the same applies to the NI forums too, but those messages get carefully moderated away
But I know where you're coming from... and honestly?
As cliched as this may sound (and also keep in mind that my setup consists of 2 DAWs) but... within music / sound production I never looked at "limitations" (or better: lack of specific features) as something negative. At best its an obstacle to work around with, and that process alone can help you improve (generally speaking).
I've been using Reason since version 4 (I loved that one... no full screen like all the others did but a nice clean & small rack to work in) and even though it lacked audio recording I managed to squeeze plenty of good sounds out of it. Wasn't Thor introduced in Reason 4? Point being: it lacked features found in other DAW's but I couldn't care less about it. Because I worked around all that.
Maybe too bold of a statement but... If people could make good music with Reason 4 and some can't with Reason 10 then ... I think it's not necessarily the product but its user which is the problem. The Reason workflow isn't for everyone, and I think that's a pro. Same applies to Live btw but let's keep ontopic
But yes... Like yourself I'm also very happy with Reason 10. To me the combination of Reason, Live (powered by Max) is the perfect combination Mainly because Reason is unlike any other DAW, and the same applies to Live. Maybe not perfect but they sure as heck have some weight behind 'm.