I'm not sure about anyone else, but I received an email asking my opinion on the indev program. It won't be perfect science, but I assume that most students either disregard the surveys or give all good reviews to be nice. If this is the case, those students are committing a great injustice to themselves and their peers.
This young program requires all of us students to act as monitors, and implement what we know is best academic practice; and correct what is not. When answering them we must be sure to not let our feelings interfere, it surely would only take away credibility and integrity. A strong set of impartial reviews will only better the program, and better future cohorts' learning experience, to ensure they get the best possible education for the immense amounts of money spent to get a continually undervalued degree thanks to university profit lines constantly getting tighter.