Personally, I think Vooshe is a nice person.
Crembaw actually looks at it the most logically of all of us, I feel, as Crembaw doesn't have the emotional bias that those who are good friends with Vooshe do.
On the one hand:
Vooshe is allowed to do whatever she wants, and its sad when a forum member leaves, especially someone who I feel personally close to, as do many other people.
On the other hand:
Vooshe is one of the people who enacted the tampon incident, one of the most disturbing things we've ever witnessed on these forums, and simply got pants'd from it, without so much as a warning from any of the admins. She found it uproariously hilarious, and when I told her on msn as she was doing it at the time that I didn't exactly approve of it, she continued, using images of me too (though I have to admit, Coroidan's one made me laugh so hard, because considering it was tampons, he managed to somehow do it pretty tastefully).
When the EmmzeexCoroidan thing hit, she took it really personally because her friend was involved and more or less "made to look a fool", and chose to ignore the hypocrisy of the tampon incident, because in her eyes, it was very funny, yet refused to see the funny side of the fanfiction, instead choosing to take it out on those involved, including me, at the time throwing something in my face, if I recall (possibly incorrectly).
She then stopped talking to me until emmzee got banned, and expressed anoyance when Smith did, as Crembaw pointed out, something that as the owner of the site, and who pays for the forum, doing something that circumvented us admins, something he has full right to do. Now, I have to admit I was pissed when Smith did it, but I also recognise it was actually a very smart idea, which has made pretty much everyone happy in the long term (except vooshe).
When she told me she was leaving, I was sad, and intrigued when she told me she "had a surprise" as a leaving gift, but I actually feel that her actions (badly failing to troll emmzee, failing to insult Koltreg properly, etc) not only nullified her protest and empathy for her, but actually made her look worse overall.
TL;DR: I'm sad shes gone, but the reasons, as well as the manner of leaving make me less sad.