Honestly I'm not that bugged by systemd as a whole. I was merely bugged by the devs/admins reactions towards forum goers when they decided to force it upon Arch users instead of giving them the choice, which is basically what originally drew me to Arch ( choice ). The general lack of respect or even care for their community with replies such as "Just deal with it" and the like were disgusting. I adapted to systemd as for a simple system it makes the process quite easy, there were a few hiccups as showcased by Plan9's thread on systemd & advanced networking ( well, more advanced than your basic dhcp at least as that's when it started getting iffy ), but other than that it wasn't too bad. I do have a particular love for sysvinit / init scripts but I'm not one to... hate too much.
It is what it is, but the community has changed and isn't what I joined for anymore, so I'll gladly find another distro & community that is similar to that of Arch from 3+ years ago. But as I said a couple posts ago, busy being a traitor to my own values