Thank you. So I'm now thinking your overall opinion might be stated as something like "It seems that Perl 6, or at least the Rakudo Perl 6 compiler, will almost certainly always suffer from the same implementation problems as Java, or at least javac, due to its architecture, for many of Perl 5's most popular use cases."
Are these problems you see specific to particular VMs like the JVM? Or do you see the same sorts of problems applying even to, say, LuaJIT and its VM, for much the same reasons?
If LuaJIT's VM is OK, what are the main things about it that makes the LuaJIT project a fundamentally different and potentially acceptable architectural approach, in your view, for the use cases you focus on?
If you think that some VMs, in some scenarios relevant to you, can be a good thing, what are the main things that lead you to think that MoarVM misses the mark?