As with all people who work at this site, Abby will likely find her way to on-camera stuff as well. Her job is as a producer, and she's primarily going to be focused on editing/production work, but I can't recall a time in our history where people in those positions didn't eventually end up being more front-facing. Nature of the job, and all of that.
If I may make one request to the community at large, just chill a little bit when it comes to this sort of anxiousness. Abby's still on her first week. Just give it some time.
@nightcrawlah: You're not the only person I've heard say this, and I'd hardly suggest it's the kind of thing that will be to everyone's liking, but I adored it. It's just off-kilter enough to be memorable, but not so weird that I couldn't enjoy it musically.
We've obviously got a ways to go until GOTY time, but to the Nier/Persona soundtrack argument here, I don't know that I have a clearcut favorite in mind right now. Both of them are so good for totally different reasons. I'm gonna be debating this one for the rest of the year, methinks.
Maybe it's because of the way I'm playing it--very slowly, maybe a few hours a week--I really didn't mind replaying those sections as 9S. Part of it was the way hacking changes up some of those fights, but I also really dug the majority of the side quests you unlock as 9S. As everyone else here has said, it's something you can blow through pretty quick if you're determined to, but some of my favorite minor story moments came from taking my time with the 9S playthrough. Definitely go talk to Engels, if you haven't already.