Here's some of the ones I've seen scattered about the Internet.
1. Annoyance about the reverse rigging of the deck on the male side. Nigel finally went for a female win with the last trick he had left: casting no males who could sing. Put it this way: if William Hung had gotten into this season, he would have made the voting rounds, stood a good chance of being ranked as the top male, and coasted into sixth place. On talent.
2. Now that we have a vote ranking order, there have been immediate and serious suspicions about how real it is. The trust isn't there -- now that we have something we're supposed to trust.
3. There's also major doubts being cast on the tally, especially with SuperVote in play: fewer people with more ballots each. (One of my local radio stations said "Thirty-nine million voters" last week. I considered weeping.)
4. On the frau side, sexual fantasy sabotage. Exactly one WGWG and he's gay and lying about it. In fact, you could argue that the males ranked as gay, gay and in denial, or straight but in that way which will flunk every test but the final one (which can't be televised). Of course, the frau will convince themselves of the heterosexuality for anyone they want to sleep with during dreamtime, but this is a tougher row to hoe than usual. All the flags are flying and every last one is bordered in lavender.
5. TCO is being pimped with enough power to make Nevada consider making the whole thing illegal again. If you can't spot Angela as the show's ideal winner in the first five seconds of her weekly judge tongue bath, then welcome to the majority voter pool. And she's the sort of person who only seems to make friends and influence people within the voter base she already has. Can't win others over, can't get any converts: can only stir up an increasing frenzy in her existing supporters. Coming across with the personality of a plastic tiara isn't helping.
6. It's early yet, but the sample so far has every evening as Wrong Song Night.
7. The gentle hand of show sabotage has turned into a fist. Stories being released at suspicious times, songs switched the night before performance, buses put away so that contestants can be tied to the train tracks, judge commentary which has nothing to do with whatever happened on stage, and all ramped up to 11 and beyond.
8. Dislike of the new judges. Keith seems somewhat accepted, but seldom gets to talk. Nikki has realized what she's contract-signed herself into and seems determined to deal with the script through the simple trick of being massively stoned at all times. Mariah may be a computer simulation. No one's sure.
9. If it's not turned into country, it's turned into gospel. Or country gospel. Or gospel country faith rock Christian revival monotone with glory notes and optional loss of breath control. No, wait -- my mistake. Mandatory loss of breath control. No one here can rock, and we keep proving that with inspirational ballad after inspirational ballad until the channels are inspired to change themselves.
10. Just can't get past that Ryan/Julianne breakup.
11. (Insert your own disgust here.)