In vb3, the style page gives you the names for the CSS elements, and you can edit them directly - change colours, change font attributes, etc etc.
In xenforo - well, there's a colour palette page with no explanation of what anything might do, and pages of styling templates. It's so bad that xenforo's own help pages recommend downloading the Google chrome browser to isolate CSS elements, and then change them directly via CSS files. Which makes the point of having styling options in the admin section pretty pointless!
I'm trying to work my way through - I can change a colour on one page, but to add text styling I've got to find that value on another. If it's not visible I have to edit the CSS file on the server directly. Not a good workflow!
I appreciate I'm a new user to xenforo, others will have got used to it, and there's necessarily a learning curve - but, seriously, could you have made the styling section any more over-complicated?!
In future releases, it would be nice to have something simpler! The vb3 system took a little getting used to, but the learning curve never looked anywhere so steep!