I've read numerous reports (on the BioWare forum) of the Dragon Age Keep failing to properly import your settings.
For instance, people with a male Hawke or Warden might find companions referring to him as "her" or "she," thinking Hawke or the Warden was female. The same thing has occurred, but in reverse, if someone played as a female Hawke or Warden. There have been other issues too, with some choices not carrying over properly and such.
Have any of you experienced that? I'd rather not play the game until bugs like those have been fixed.
I initially started the game without importing anything (and got way too far before I realized I hadn't imported anything). I will probably replay this game, with my game stuff properly imported, but it might be awhile because this game is absolutely freaking epically huge in size. (I am sure you can burn through and just do the main storylines to shove the game along; but I am not that player... so even if I replayed it, I'd make different choices, and thus want to do everything all over again). So I can't speak of this issue you mentioned.
Plus, Maia and I are also waiting to see if better hair options are added later. I don't know who designed the hair in this game, but whoever did, they need to be fired. The hair is awful, especially if you're playing a female character. I'd also like to know why we needed roughly ten different (yet extremely similar) variants of bald or buzzcuts. Half of them look like someone scribbled all over a bald head with a marker!
There aren't many men who'd really choose to play a bald/balding character, let alone women. Considering the hair is shared between male and female characters, you'd think BioWare would know that.
To be honest, I'm surprised they haven't released a DLC containing new hair styles yet. I'm sure a lot of people would buy it, including Maia and me if the styles were good.
I am surprised, that there is perhaps no DLC for it, sure. But they may have limited hair because of how huge this game is. Hair may have been sacrificed (you think, "it's just hair! How much space can it take up?") - but that same hair would show up in every single cut scene (and there's quite a few, especially when talking to your companions) - so even if you're wearing a helmet before the cut scene; the cut scene always removes it and shows your face (and whatever markings you do or don't have) and your hair.
I didn't have an issue with the hair (ironically, when I play Mass Effect, I always use the buzzed hair look, but when I play Dragon Age I always go for the long, red haired look). I've not made a female in Dragon Age, so I am not sure how that works out with hair (but I'd take your word, and especially Maia's, if you guys say there's not much there!)