In my opinion, much of the frustration isn't necessarily over what is missing, but over the glacial pace of fixing what is already there. If I recall correctly, there were even two or three instances where the community found and provided the fix for a problem, and nothing happened for weeks or months.
As Frogboy stated, the concerns of the community need to be presented in constructive ways - otherwise they simply won't get passed along. Creating a well presented and written thread detailing the issue and the correction - complete with code samples - will enusre it's addressed promptly, and bringing to Stardock's attention in nice ways other than just making the thread of your title "F**K YOU STARDOCK READ THIS". Posting threads to bitch and moan simply make the process take longer.
I personally find the prioritization of fixes puzzling. For example, v1.19 fixed angel flight movement and something to do with repulsion. I don't recall any complaints about angels and still don't know what repulsion is and why it was important to fix. There are many other more highly visible bugs that could have benefited from whatever resources were spent on these.
I believe the bolded section sums up the reasoning behind your complaints. You don't understand. How are Stardock supposed to prioritise the complaints of the community when every single one is listed as "FIX THIS NOW OR GAME DIES" by the people making the noise? You clearly spend some time on the forum, which are the most important issues for the entire community? Keep in mind that, as you've amply demonstrated, it doesn't matter what they fix in the game or what additions are made to it, people are going to bitch, moan and complain anyway, so why should they work their assess off when they're simply going to be insulted, flamed and trolled into the 7th Circle of Hell for doing it?
And, to clarify, repulsion is a technique used in the game to help with the pathing of the minions - it was reduced to provide temporary relief on the pathing issues while the minions pathing is giving more attention.