It's an interesting interview but I get the impression he's not keen on any feedback that Bioware has been soliciting. It seems like he's talking around a lot of points as well. He mentions the time constraint on DA2's development a couple times so hopefully they let DA3 have the time to make a complete experience.
Thinking about it more while reading the article I guess I'm ok with DA2's story choices but still felt they were limited and after the new combat style and reused dungeons I was probably just really frustrated with the game as a whole by the end. I don't want to sound like a jaded gamer but it was an exciting first game and I want to get that excitement for the series again.
I guess another tangent DA3 question. I can't remember if it pulled the choices import from my EA account, achievements or the game save on my 360. Anyone know as I'll likely be playing it on PC when it comes around this time?