Or at least have a good betatester who brings this kind stuff up and I don't mean a customer with that.
This is not a beta testing thing because, as I've said, we don't see it as a bug. Beta testing should only concern with problems that prevents the scenery to work, not questioning about design choices.
This case it's more a matter of liking or not a detail so, it's not inappropriate to be brought up by customers which, on top of that, have all the means to check if they like the scenery before purchasing it. If something less than ideal is there, if it's *really* a problem for many users, it will impact sales. Which also means, it's usually in our best interest to fix it.