I don't want to address this to my 'peers.' I want Adobe to read it. Adobe doesn't seem to want to engage with its customers any more, but would rather leave the headaches of problem solving to its users.
I came to work on a Saturday to catch up, and thought I'd add a few annotations to some drawings with Acrobat. I had to go online to find where Adobe had hidden the typewriter tool, and just about the time I finished the annotations, Acrobat crashed.
Why anybody would use Acrobat at all when they have access to Illustrator and InDesign is beyond me. Adobe must have assigned the "B" (or "C" or "D" team) to developing Acrobat. I'll never bother using Acrobat again and will stick with Illustrator and InDesign. At least they work fairly consistently.
You're complaining about a version that's already outdated and unsupported. It's also not compatible with the most current operating-systems.
You are doing exactly what you said you do not want to do, address this to your peers. Most users here in the forums are users of Adobe's technology, just like you. This is not an official feedback form to address Adobe directly. The only way you can do that is by using the official feedback from: Feature Request/Bug Report Form
But, as was already stated, Acrobat X is no longer supported.