I've seen some threads here lately where some folks have complained that reenacting isn't more "realistic" in certain ways, whether in how battles are represented, to how field music is handled, and other issues.
To those who wish for better: Do you limit your views to this forum, or do you speak up to those who are in charge of your unit(s) (plural because many reenactors' home club is also part of a larger organization, like a battalion and sometimes even brigade-level organizations), or do you remain silent and merely wish for "things to get better"?
If more folks spoke up and asked for change, maybe it'd happen. Otherwise, the leaders--who often get a bit lazy after a while, particularly when they've occupied a position for more than a few years--assume that the rank and file enjoy the status quo and are more than happy to let things remain as they are; after all it's less work and certainly less controvrsial.
If you aren't satisfied with how things are at the events you attend, have you spoken up, or agitated for change?