1. I agree with said statement, to a certain extent. After all, if you met two girls named Eleanor and Victoria, you wouldn't think less of one or the other (unless you've got a serious grudge against one of the names, for some particular reason). But, in general, if you were presented with two females named Elizabeth and Rylie - you'd likely think less of Rylie due to the masculine and illiterate status of her name, implying she comes from a lower-class family, may be an 'undesirable' character or, at the very least, has a pair of idiotic parents raising her. Either way, Elizabeth would naturally be considered more "proper", perhaps even more trust-worthy. The same can be said if two women named Sophia and Emersynne were to apply for the same job. One woman would be hired, and the odds are statistically not in Emersynne's favour.
2. I pay attention to the users who answer my question. A vast majority of my favourite users provide me with intelligent, well-thought-out and unbiased answers, and I value those qualities and their judgments along with them. I often rely on the users I know to provide me with the feedback I need and, as such, it's rather rare for me to give BA to a user I am unfamiliar with.
3. Ella, ♥Arianwen♥Eilir♥, ★Beautiful Melody★, Tჩe เภƒคო๏ยร Յยภภუ, ●ємιℓу●, d e l p h i n e, Dibs, Cher, cerrid, Joey (Magnus and Joelle), Elizabeth G. (to an extent). (I'm flattered by your mention of me, btw... ^///^)
4. I HATE trendy names paired with traditional names. Yes, it would be nice for Brynlie to be able to fall back on the more sophisticated Elizabeth at some point during her life but, honestly, tryndee, illiterate and gender-inappropriate names do traditional names absolutely no justice! It sickens me to see pairings such as Mackynzee Grace or Addysyn Emmeline and such, because the trendy names just look like stains. They effectively sully the elegance, grace and sophistication of classics and traditional names deserve better than that!
5. Nameberry is the only one I've found which comes close but, even then, I dislike the colour scheme, the fond is too small and the overall design/format is unattractive.