The point of all that evidence (NaruSaku) is?
While fans obviously know a lot of the the main couples (this can happen of many anime will have a lot of hints of romance, it's also obvious they likely they won't ever actually kiss/get married onscreen (while they might start dating, to me, it's much more romantic to see an actual kiss/proposal)
With this and the fact that the shipping of the main couple can be a major factor for the popularity of some series taken into account, what's the point of the writers having all this hinting if the romance is never realized?
While I recognize chapter 615 is essentially the strongest NaruHina hint after Hinata confessed to Naruto while fighting Pein, I think NaruHina still is not as likely to happen with all the history Naruto and Sakura have had with each other.
On the "To all the NaruHina Naysayers... " thread, saltal mentions "As a Naru-Saku fan, I am disappointed, even though it was obviously coming for a while. I don't feel Naruto and Hinata's relationship was well developed in the story, but perhaps it will become more convincing in the next episodes. One thing I fear - the story will become more boring - I'll miss laughing at the Naruto/Sakura interchanges - Hinata has zero sense of humor... Ah well, it is Kishimoto's story - if he finaslly gave Hinata the ability to give a whole speech without stammering, maybe he'll give make her a bit more funny as well... :-".
Along with the point the points made by fellow posters on my thread at http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopi...idence-is?pg=1, why would Kishi give all this NaruSaku evidence?