So, I have noticed several high-rep users edit perfectly good and upvoted questions containing language like "Is this good" or "Is this a good way of approaching this issue/solving this problem" or "Is X good for/at Y". I think that many of these questions are excellent questions and I wish we got more of them because they suffer from the XY problem much less frequently than other questions do. However, it appears that these kinds of questions are considered subjective, and so special language avoiding the words 'good' and 'bad' are encouraged to avoid VTCs. I have some issues with this:
1) 'Good' is not necessarily subjective. If we claim to be experts we ought to be able to, as a quorum, tell people "No, that is not a good way" and "Yes, that is a good way" for at least some subset of method questions pertaining to RPGs. Even when the terms are used on questions that are subjective, people seem to assume the language makes the question Bad Subjective, which seems wrong.
2) Sometimes the 'equivalent' language isn't equivalent. As an example one common replacement for 'good' is 'best', which can make good questions of the form "Is X a good way of handling Y" different and probably worse.
3) I worry that an aversion to such language might be based in or seemingly condone artistic relativism with regards to RPGs, which is, of course, antithetical to the nature of this site.
4) The actions of these high-rep users are in-fact helpful; questions using such language typically end up closed for no good reason as "primarily opinion based".
Examples (will be added to over time):