Tomboy instead of Girly Girl Poses.
It's a fairly minor issue, since it's easily possible to use "male" poses with female figures, but occasionally, it still bugs me a bit in the back of my mind that the poses for V5, Julie, Stephanie 5, etc are just .... so girly. Especially standing and walking poses. Not all, to be sure, but a sizable majority. They're clearly intended to be cute, elegant, feminine, flirtatious, or sexy. That's not to say that anything is wrong with those poses. I also realize that the sizable majority of people doing renders of women that aren't in combat are doing women who would be standing in a more feminine pose. And it's not uncommon for me to do such pictures. But just as often, I'm doing pictures of a character who is more of a tomboy, and the tomboys I've known (myself and my daughter included) don't stand in girly poses very often, if ever.
As I said, I know I can use male poses with female morphs (or even female figures, in the case of Gen 4 and older), and I usually do. But the female pelvis is shaped differently, and women have a (slightly) lower center of gravity than men. So even in neutral or male poses, a female's stance is going to be slightly different. It's not beyond my abilities to make those adjustments, or adjust a female pose, but it can be tedious, depending on if the rotations are in the hip or the pelvis or the base figure.
I guess what I'm hoping for, with this minor not-quite-rant, is for pose makers to include a few more poses where a woman (or girl) is walking or standing in a manner that doesn't also emphasize or (worse) exaggerate her femininity, please.