I voted 1.
Each update on GF you constantly break everything- There are patches added that you know will be controversial, yet choose to skip actually asking the playerbase if they even want it. Look at the Arena Times poll, 95% of the community hates this patch, and you kill what endgame comtent we had. And you KNEW THIS CONTENT WAS COMING. Every time you take one step in the correct direction (asking us about the MO limit that was imposed in the same patch), you take another two backwards. Work with us here.
You have a "blog" for interacting with the playerbase, use it. Heck, even update it more than every two-three weeks at a time when you say in the Original post that it will be updated every 2-3 days. I know work/stuff/whatever gets in the way, but it's getting ridicules now. Also, it helps to listen to your playerbase when it comes to promotions. When you get outbursts of anger from releasing one of the only items in the game you still have to work for (and can't just buy) in a CS-method, what do you do? You make it even easier for AP-spenders to get.
Then comes the rushed content. I know that there will always be bugs with new content, but when you test things it should be fairly easy to notice simple things like that the EXP isn't scaled correctly for the new bracket you added; or that you added 10% damage to AP-buyer fortification; or that you broke the localization on a large number of skills; or that you removed the level limit from the AP-buyer potions (lv70 AP potions in 40 bracket PVP means that if you use them you will never, ever die- 4k HP regen every 15 seconds in addition to ever other pot you have access to is game-breakingly bad).
90% of GSes for GF are awful now. I recently went to an event hosted by a user, and then went to the same style of event hosted by a GS in a few days. The user's event was much more fun, because the user actually cared about making it fun. Time was obviously put into said event, and it was an actual challenge to compete in- The prizes were given out in a reasonable timeframe, and it was an interesting event. The GS's event, however, was boring, filled with mistakes, and very clearly made with an attitude of, "lets get this over with already" (which becomes apparent when you tell people to use google to search for the answer over yell chat). Also, when corrected about said mistakes their response was, "people just want their prizes, idc." In addition, a lot of the current GSes are fairly useless in regards to knowledge about the actual game as well, being un-able to help any players over lv40 or 50 in a game where the majority of your players are well over this range.
A tl;dr to the paragraph above can be narrowed down to the simple statement, "Please pick better GSes, so we get some that actually care/know about the game."
Overall, I rate a 1. It would've been a 2 if the Blog worked, but you managed to screw that up as well. GG.