In my honest opinion, and I'm only going to say this once, you shouldn't voice an opinion like this if you only have a very narrow view. It will just do things like piss off the person you're talking to.
"Please Mike, you should sever ties with the company that was willing to put enough money behind the game, on faith, to pay for Japanese VO and print physical copies including Limited Editions with OSTs and artbooks. You should sever your ties with a company that easily has the ability to test lobbies on console with an entire lobby of testers and devkits, which Lab Zero does not otherwise have. You should sever ties with a company that was willing to put their own money into marketing and promotion for Skullgirls in Japan. You should sever your ties with a company that, who knows, might be willing to discuss doing all that again for SG2 if that were to ever happen."
Nope. One does not burn bridges that fast.
Yes, Arc handles giving out copyright violations on YouTube poorly. Very poorly. Exceptionally badly, in fact, according to US standards, including overstepping their bounds. And we don't really know why, which is the other part of the problem. But we are talking to them about this specific issue, on which we will take a VERY STRONG stance because, as mentioned lots of times, it's bad. However, that's the extent of our problem with Arc.
Even setting all that other stuff aside - instead of us just giving up, wouldn't you rather we try to get them to change how they handle this, so that people don't continue to have this problem in the future with other Arc games?