I agree no more fighting. However, how can you complain about people expecting some? There are marines and pirates in the same area, and one of them just punched Luffy in the head. That drama will always be there.
Anyone who had a conflict with Roger and survived is amazing. The only other person to have done so is Whitebeard, and we certainly know his place in the world.
But, jeez, how can people be so dense? We've seen three Vice Admirals thus far with clearly a high degree of fighting prowess, as well as two hundred or so Marine Captains with simmilar abilities and Devil Fruits.
The Gorosei might be weak because they're politicians, but there's no way the BC VA's are weaklings; they're half the danger, if not the full danger of the BC.
Ah, this old arguement again. No, I still don't like the 5 Buster Call Vas. They are still most likely weaker then Lucci–which come to think of it is hardly weak anyway. And I greatly disgree the the VAs as a whole as a superpower. The Admirals got to be known as a powerful rank because there are 3 of them, but with the VAS there are too many to count. After all, they all can't be the same level of strength and ability can they? They are all at least "up there" I'll give you that.
Therefore, it's more likely that there are just a few extraordinary VAs who are legends on their own–like Garp! He's how you do a powerful VA! As soon as he enters, he's the talk of the town, the man who cornered Roger, and punched Luffy in the head. Badass. So much cooler then those last 5 VAs. This is what distingushes the great from the lame in One Piece.
And some people are asking, why was is a Vice Admiral and not an Admiral that cornered Roger? well, maybe Garp is a better tactician then say, Aokiji (who actually would be lower right at the time..) or SenGoku. Maybe he set a great trap that the Admirals weren't smart enough to make. It's not like the Admirals are all "jacks of all trades." Aokiji is a strong ice fighter with a weird plan, and really nothing else. see, rank isn't that big a deal, it's the individuals.