NOTE UP FRONT: I am a player in this campaign, so please avoid spoiler-y analysis.
Our party has just completed The Varnhold Vanishing and I am left with a moral conundrum: a good chunk of the treasure of this book is bound up in the items that belong to the Varnlings we just went to hell and back to rescue. On the one hand, I get moral complexity. On the other hand, future AP writers are using a CR system that builds in presumptions about our level of equipment. Kingmaker has had its share of treasure designed to make the PCs' lives onerous (I'm looking at you, statues in the Dancing Lady's Tower), but this may be the first time that I cannot envision a way for a good-aligned party to take recompense out of what they have found.
What sort of reactions have other parties drawn to the way in which treasure is handed out, or not handed out, over the course of the adventure?