At an event I was at yesterday, someone we were actually discussing this subject. Some others mentioned they do like the new pages because of the fancy HTML editor you get when you first submit a page. I can understand that. Not everyone wants to learn or use HTML. Or, as pairomedicchick put it: "HTML and I do not get along." These same people expressed some frustrations that you only get this editor when first submitting a page. It is a bit puzzling you can't use these tools later on.
Another frustration for me is the forcing of the posting of a reviewer note. I normally do not need to post one. For a cache I hid the other day that didn't require one, I simply put "Please hold" in the note because I wasn't ready to submit the page yet. (I didn't have coordinates, I was making up a placeholder page) When I did get the coordinates, and got the cache submitted, I totally forgot about that note. As a result, the reviewer reviewed it and then placed it on hold waiting for my OK. I had to post another reviewer note to let him know that everything was good to go and I had simply forgotten to delete the note! Annoying.
But really, my biggest frustration with these new pages is simply because they completely took away the option of doing it the old way. With just a single form. I guess I just don't understand the logic in completely removing the ability to submit caches the old way and not giving us the option of which method of submission we prefer. I hid six caches today, and it took me easily twice as long to submit as it usually would.
The new cache submission process is great for new cachers, but annoying for those of us who liked the old way. I highly doubt Groundspeak will read this, but if someone does, one of your long-time customers politely requests the return of the ability to use the old "one page" cache submission form. Please and thank you!
Caching since 2005