I think a couple of the biggest (non-gameplay related) complaints players had about AS were about scoreboards and tagging. I for one was very annoyed by Audiosurf's inability to change the tags in-game without screwing with the actual tags of the file on your hard drive. And how scoreboards only used the "Title" and "Artist" tags, which causes many boards to be filled with alternate versions of the track, or completely different tracks altogether (I know this particularly affects those of us who love our old chiptunes... do you know how many tracks are called "Ending" by "Tim Follin", and the like?)
And cheaters. It would be nice to have some sort of automated means of comparing the track and run data to others on the board and deleting it if the discrepancies are too large. Having to look at blatantly hacked scores taking up spots on the board for months at a time (even though I've "reported" them a dozen times now) on even the top played songs is starting to bum me out.
There's plenty of other little issues related to scoreboards and tagging, but I'm sure you are aware of them, so I won't blather on about it. I was just wondering if ASA would have any significant changes in how these things are handled?
If not, oh well. I'm much more interested in actually playing the game, of course.