You can probably add Kobold Press to the list of publishers not supporting PF2.
The 5e Southlands KS (which I regrettably can't back), has, in less than 24 hours, nearly reached as much as the PF1 version during its whole campaign.
Dragonlance has lots of corruption and redemption going on. And the "good" races of dwarves, elves and humans have a rather shady history (most of it due to pride). Dark Sun, Spelljammer and Planescape are still far more likely.
It also meant that you could easily leave the class after a few levels while still advancing in its main class feature.
The 3.5 bard was one of the best designed classes of that edition (even though people tended to underestimate them).