@ZeeHero9271 Good, bad, and what one can do with sliders is, in my opinion, up to the person editing stuff with them. Yes, of course, any game with body edit features will completely destroy face/hair-only editors, since very few people will zoom into the faces of other characters in games. And to make matters worse, most games make characters disappear if zoomed too close anyway. So a game with a face/hair-only editor kills itself by not having a body editor, because it makes everyone look the same at a distance.
Some games (mostly mobile) go around this by making body types tied to classes. Like a female knight class having only the tall well developed woman body type, and the mage having the shorter frail shape. Other games won't even care and everyone looks like clones just with different outfits and hair styles. So indeed we can't deny that PSO2 is well above many games out there as editors go. Here you wouldn't know what class someone is if they don't have a visible weapon equipped. And that's good.
I also take care to try and make my characters look the way I want. I do not roleplay, but that doesn't mean I'll just throw a default look on my character either (though there's no issue with people who do just that). I already spent several passes and quite a few hours on my 4 characters until I found more or less something I could settle on for the time being.
As for the clothing system, can' say it's bad. I've seen worse. But I would have preferred a more classic top/bottom/gloves/shoes/hat system, with full body outfits taking more than one of those slots if needed.