Here's the thing though. You feedback will probably be ignored because you have to take into account the type of personality that becomes a Moderator.
Being a Moderator on 4chan is an unpaid volunteer position. The people doing it are doing work for free. Why would they do work, perform duties, have responsibilities for free?
Well the type of work they are performing is work that gives them power over other people. Mods have unbalanced, unchecked power over Anons. There are no repercussions to anything a Mod does to an Anon. They can ban at whim just for shits and giggles and there is nothing Anon can do but take it.
Mods do however have to deal with other Mods and how they deal with other Mods can determine if they remain a Mod with all the power over Anons or get lowered in status to the level of an Anon and are left at the whims and mercies of their former fellows.
Proposing a change to the status quo means a Mod has to stick their neck out. Every system has inertia. Every system hates and resists change even if that change benefits the system. Mods hate change even if that change means a better 4Chan. To stick your neck out and advocate change means making yourself a target of the Mods ire. Making yourself a target of the Mods ire means losing your coveted Mod status and being demoted to a lowly Anon. Remember, this is a volunteer position. The only reward to being a Mod is you have more status than an Anon. Without that status it's just a lot of fucking work with no reward.
In short, the safest position if you are a Mod is to say "meh, it's fine the way it is" and the riskiest position is to say "I think we can change things for the better".
In the shortest of shorts. The type of people who become Mods in the first place are authoritarian assholes to begin with.