You sure the countless fans wishing for the return of DB for nearly 20 years had nothing to do with it?
It's as if you weren't alive when the series ended.
And then when it returned it came back with new concepts, new villains, it expanded what was first a universe into a multiverse, new allies, etc.
Do you know what a cash grab is?
Something like the third Broly, milking the franchise which Super clearly isn't.
Unless you want to call the black arc, which seems like it originally was written Toyo and that Tori changed it to make it fit more into his idea of what DB should look like, a cash grab.
Shit, wouldn't every new iteration of Superman than be a cashgrab?
"Hey, look, we've got a new arc">calls it a cash grab, because muh headcanon
"Look, new chars, techniques, lore!">Cash grab
"Finally, look how beautiful our latest episodes are">Cash grab
You've got to be autistic
All that wacky shit, purple Vegeta, fighting anthropomorphized warriors has been a staple on the franchise. People want the grittiness of the Cell and Namek saga, but while they are the most popular, they are not what DB was entirely about.
Making a full DBS without any wacky shit, would be tryhard.
Your headcanon DB would be a cashgrab
Plotholes and inconsistencies or bad animations, which plagues most franchises aren't arguments for a cashgrab, but for bad writers, animators and a low budget.
An average episode costs about 80.000 US.
Do you think that DBS had that budget in the first arc?
And with 130 eps to do, you would be damned sure that any rational thinking human being would outsource even if it meant dropping animation cutting the story