the point I was making is that always we should give credit to the routesetter for doing SOMETHING.
Talking generally, and not specifically about Jaanankallio, that's a bit of silly point. To go back to the chipping comparison - the chipper is doing 'something'. Its just something we don't want him or her to do.
My position on Rev it Up is that the bolting was completely unnecessary in the first place. I don't see why anyone took the time and money to put the anchor in there (there is a large tree two metres away), and that where the anchor is now actively detracts from the route. The argument that it makes toproping easier is pretty pathetic (if people can't work out how to put slings around a large tree and set up a toprope that way, they really shouldn't be climbing). I felt very similar when Heros in Heaven was retrobolted: the result was a worse route, not a better one. I asked specifically about Invicta as I led it onsight a few years ago and there is a crack all the way up; so why do you need a bolt there?
I think its great that people are willing to take the responsibility to make sure the fixed gear on sports routes stays in good condition, but that doesn not mean all bolts are good.