Submitted oodles of suggestions. Submitted a handful of bugs. Received a response for all of them. I feel good about that.
The new chat in videos is excellent. People were actually talking to each other, not just fawning over the stream content. You know. Being a community and not just a bunch of fans.
For suggestions, I recommend sticking to what we can access. There's no point in making suggestions for the social parts of the site until we see them. It could easily be a waste of time when they are either already considering the ideas or have other ideas that make the suggestions pointless.
Also, I recommend using the short suggestions form for suggestions and leave the bugs on the bugs form. Also, consider carefully what's broken and what works but you think it would work better in a different way. The latter is a suggestion and shouldn't be on the bug report form.
For bug reports, include device, OS, and app used to access the site. Include the versions and whether it's 32 or 64 bit. On desktop devices with certain browsers, you can simply paste screenshots into the bug report. There's not enough room in the title to include the specifics of the device, OS, and app. Use the title for a summary and put the detail where it should go.
Also, don't combine stuff. One form, one issue or suggestion. Issues have to be handled separate. Submitting them separately helps them keep organized.