At the end of the day, their business model is working, and clearly we are just a handful compared to the masses who apparently enjoy these Themeparks. I'd imagine Bioware/EA probably made back what it invested, and then some, so what makes you think they "care" about us players? Have they ever really cared about the folks who spend 60 bucks for their half baked, half thought out games? I personally can't remember a time when EA had good customer service, nor can I remember them overly caring what other gamers thought about their games.
What's worse, is that we sit here, bitching about it, but most of us probably bought SWTOR hoping it was different. Hoping it would have tried to add something new. Turns out it didn't. Yea, it had a great storyline, yea the voice acting wasn't too bad, but it is still the linear hand-held game like Rift and WoW. The only difference between them and SWTOR is that SWTOR has been out for a month, and they have been out for a lot longer. Doesn't change the fact the Bioware/EA left out stuff, that the worlds feel empty and alone, and that when you get to max level, there is nothing to do aside from grinding warfronts/dungeons.
Personally speaking, I'm quite sick of the same game, just in a different package. As I read, I can tell a lot of you are also tired of it. There isn't anything that can be done to solve this or fix it. Clearly the "masses" have control and we are just a very small minority. Clearly our voices don't matter, and I assume that no one really cares about what our thoughts or ideas are. So until there is a developer that comes along that actually does care about this minority, I'm going to assume we are stuck where we are. It sucks, but it is the reality of things.