One more question.DD
If your question(s) are not rhetorical and you truly want correct answers to your questions then you should allow a person that knows to respond to you, not someone that is faking it or someone that is only guessing.
If you woke up tomorrow with "God" powers, what would you do? Would you wait to save everyone? Seriously, what would you wait for? Is proving a point through inaction that causes unimaginable suffering,
The substance of all of your questions can be summed up as: Being Almighty, why does God allow suffering? and you figure that Almighty God should have prevented all UNIMAGINABLE suffering by doing things differently. You also figure that God allows suffering so that he can prove some point important to Him and being the Almighty God that He is, He should have figured something different or better so that no creature would have to suffer so much. (Sounds reasonable, trust me, I know what unimaginable suffering feels like.)
Seems logical to conclude that the Almighty knows all of the options and choices that He has to solve the problem He is tackling besides allowing suffering. Reality is though that He decided to allow human suffering for his good reasons even though our senses cannot understand how any reason could possibly justify suffering.
If the Almighty turns out to be bad, there is nothing we can do to change reality. I am convinced though that he is a loving God. I choose to trust him for better or for worse. In all fairness to Him, He should be allowed the time to answer his side of the issue.
Some of the questions you ask though, DD, challenge reality itself. You seem to be asking: "Why is reality the way it is?", "Why don't we have fins besides lungs so that we don't drown?" Why should foods that are bad for us taste so good and not the other way around?", "Why do we have the God that we have?", Things should be different with a different God" Sound like a rejection of God and his gift of reality. Like someone telling his father that loves him so much; "Dad, why do you have to be my father, I do not want you and I do not want any of your gifts. I want something different." I would feel hurt if that is what my son wanted. But that is something that cannot be changed.
The almighty decided to allow suffering for his good reasons. Lovers of God trust that father knows best.