Also, the way I see it, each character had their time on screen, Rei was a lot on 1.0 (and a big chunk of 2.0, including the ending part), Asuka had moments in 2.0 and some in 3.0, and Kaworu had a lot of attention in 3.0, it was basically a very long, time-skip'ed episode 24. Fans always complained that they wanted more Kaworu, it's understandable. Very popular character that really got very little time on the original.
Fake, politically correct opinion to cover up for the fact that you're a 3.0-supporter. What you said makes zero fucking sense. No one but kaworufags complained that he didn't have enough screentime, and they are a minority group compared to the enormous evangelion fanbase. 3.33 is the objectively worst evangelion work in terms of rating from the audience, so that simply isn't true.
So can you quit lying already? First you're someone who always loved Evangelion "as a whole", and now you're a Reifag? Let me tell you one thing, if you were actually a Reifag in any way, you'd hate 3.33 like the rest of them, because it has actually gone all out in reducing Rei's character.
It spends more time on talking down Rei than it does developing any other character. Think about that before you claim you've got some favorite or only think of "the whole". None of it makes sense, unless you're one hundred percent thoughtless.
What do you mean exactly?
I mean that you need to be a fanfiction-loving otaku dreamer, because 3.33 is so shallow and void of characterization and substance that only such a person would be able to enjoy it. So they can self-insert, dream and imagine the information that misses - to take ownership of 3.33, to appropriate it in their own fanfiction-verse.
Rather than attempting to understand it on a more hard, factual basis that evokes truth, the 3.33 fan must as a rule enjoy the work for their own often unsavory otaku reasons.