Not a very convincing or interesting editorial. RSD sucks. Pointless cash-grab represses suck. But that alone doesn't mean vinyl's resurgence in popularity has "gone too far," whatever that means.
This, except I enjoy RSD and some labels/artists' enthusiasm when it comes to the day.
For the most part, I've been seeing friends gain a vinyl collection over the past few years and enjoy the medium because they appreciate the artwork/craft and it allows for a more relaxing music experience versus the on-the-go capabilities iPods have brought us. That, I believe, is wonderful and shows that passion for music and music listening still exists today.
I do not enjoy labels releasing ridiculously overpriced new releases of pop artists on vinyl or represses/boxes of classic artists on vinyl that sound cheap. A few examples that spring to mind are Kanye's last album, which was like $40 at a store near me on vinyl and sounds awful on most record players, and all of the Nirvana/Fleetwood Mac/Radiohead boxes I see lately that are $150+ and just have a few demos on their own disc with some anecdotal liner notes from the band.
Overall, I see smaller indies and higher up, but still respectable, indie labels getting the most out of this resurgence. And, like everyone else has been saying, people are putting value back into music financially and aesthetically, which is great for art to keep being produced and distributed. Fuck pretentious news sources getting uncomfortable over a positive trend picking up steam.