I gave a 4 this month, and that's only applying for Eden Eternal.
Sapphire's economy has indeed started to show stabilization since the incident about 5-6 weeks ago, although the prices for some things are still too high. However..the way I see it is that since it's an economic issue, it's not entirely Aeria's fault. Consider the events that happened: PLAYERS exploited a bug, PLAYERS caused the prices to shoot up because THEY'RE the ones setting the prices in the game. If they wanna argue with that, they can look at the Diamond server and see how their prices are for the same rarities compared to ours (i.e. Rose Princess Gown sold for 14k-15k tops in Dia while it went for a whopping 45-60k on Sapphire). As a result, AERIA had to step in to save the economy, they DID SO. However...because the economy is controlled by BOTH Aeria and the players...it's now up to the players to take actions related to that as well if they want to continue enjoying the game. Pookie has been doing a wonderful job with relations to the crystal altar, as that has been enforcing the prices of items to decline significantly due to lucky circumstances.
It really disappoints me how the majority of Eden's playerbase, even the ones playing since closed beta, still don't comprehend the amount of tension and work that the GMs and PMs do just so we can leisurely enjoy a game, or even the things we GameSages experience; we're just merely doing things by the book. However...this [economy] is an issue that the GMs/PMs alone can't control to an absolute without losing players, so its up to players to pitch in to make an effort as well. As someone told me... "beauty and appreciation requires sacrifice." If you want the game you play to be enjoyable, YOU sacrifice some of yourself in order to be able to make that happen. This applies to things beyond games as well; consider it a life skill.
Good job on the improvement Aeria, it's a small step across the majority of the scale of your games from what I've been seeing, and hopefully we'll see even more improvement by next month.