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I really like the new action economy, but I think it should be mentioned its basics were introduced years ago, in Pathfinder: Unchained. Yes, that would draw reader's focus away from the fancy new product, but I don't see anything wrong with openly stating that PF2 is partially "evolution instead of revolution".
There are more changes I liked, and I didn't find a real stinker yet. Still I stick with PF1, and will do so for the next few years. Why? Because it lacks a "killer application" for me, like an AP that immediately engages me, or further rulebooks with interesting options beyond PF1. Sooner or later something will pop up, but till then, PF1 wins with its superior amount of material and because we need less effort to get familiar with it (because we made most of the effort in the past).