You asked for comments, Jazz Girl, so I will give you a couple.
I agree that I found Bella a bit too all over Jacob in their dance. I reminded myself, however, that she believes that this is probably the last time she will ever see him, so getting a little emotional and clingy, since she does love him, is probably not so unusual.
I agree with you about Rosalie. I can't stand her. She's worse than Jacob, and the less of her character we have the better, as far as I'm concerned.
As for the Edward Jacob "naming ceremony", as it were, as soon as EJ was mentioned in the book, I was quite sure that it was Edward Jacob. I never thought Edward Junior even for a moment, and if I'm clever enough to figure that out, I'm sure Edward, who is a thousand times cleverer than me, figured it out too. He probably just passed over it, although we do have to remember that he says to Jake only a few pages later that he considers him a brother of sorts, and Jacob mentions that he's sure the reason Edward doesn't hate him is because he can't hate what loves Bella, so although I'm sure he was a bit miffed about it, he probably just put up and shut up! Although maybe he was secretly glad it was a girl!
You've got to remember, too, that Edward smiling at that point was probably at BC's direction, and not necessarily in the script.
I agree too about the fight with the wolves. The excuse is probably that they hadn't fed for a while, and were weaker because of it. Also, because of the difficulties in having real actors fight with completely CGI creations, it was probably necessary to stage it in a limited way, and I think this was probably the real reason the fight looked like it did.
Also, something else in MR's defense, the cutting of scenes is something that is out of her control. We know from Eclipse that the resolutions to several of Bella and Edward's fights were in the script (because they were filmed) and were cut by the director. If a scene seems incomplete it may well have been complete in the script and filmed that way but was cut in the editing process because of time or pacing issues. Again, it is unwise to assume that she is the one responsible just because that's what you see on the screen. It may well have been BC's call and decision to cut it that way.