@Hrishi exactly my thoughts on this, these restrictions is whats killing the format, it always feels like my deck is a standard deck which is bound to rotate out of the format. People play vintage because they have "Fun", its the only thing that the format has to offer and nothing more.
Without addressing the perennial trope that "Vintage is dying," this exchange just illustrates my point in this article.
One person's desired restriction is another person's redline to quit the format. For every segment of the player base that really wants something restricted, there is another segment who will be angry or resentful if that card is restricted.
That's why restrictions should be used only as a last resort. If history has taught us anything, it's that restrictions are never universally embraced or unambiguous improvements to the format. Even if they do more good than harm, solving bigger problems than they create, they still harm. Even the most obvious restrictions diminish someone's fun.