I believe anime to be one of the most unique, beautiful and engaging animation styles out there. I just simply cannot get enough of the beauty that some anime features possess. There's a certain flow to the action and scenery that I just don't get from any other style of animation, which I definitely see as a big factor in why I enjoy anime so much.
That's not to say that every anime project is created equal. Depending on the budget for a movie/series, you can see varying levels of animation. I don't think I've seen an anime that features truly horrible animation or style, just lackluster when compared to the bulk of content out there.
With that said, even some higher-quality shows use some cost-cutting measures. Everyone has a budget that they have to stay within, which means that sometimes a few corners have to be cut. Usually those decisions don't impact the entire series as a whole, but sometimes they do stand out.
We've touched on a few of these examples in other posts on the site. Characters talking with their back turned to the camera, animation loops used over and over again, and even dialog scenes reused with new bits of voiceover. What are some other cost-cutting measures you've seen in anime that drives you nuts?