Designers have a tough time, they design amazing boats, and people tend to fill them up with too much stuff.
I would guess that very experienced multihull sailors would be the opposite and want less stuff, and simpler systems.
The Trimaran "Spirit" is a very good example of experienced multihull sailors cruising in a excellent sailing multihull.
there is nothing inherently wrong with wanting to cruise on a catamaran at a high level of comfort - everyone, designer, builder, buyer just need to be realistic about the trade-offs.
it's not "too much stuff" if that was the design brief to begin with.
as we get into some of the bigger sizes.., the usage scenarios become more superyacht than bare-bones cruiser. That may not be the way you would use a boat like this.., but there is room for everyone to have the boat they want.., and to use it they way they want to.