I know it and revere it. It'll take a lot for an article to cover what it should, but eventually it'll get pretty close. It'll just be awhile before I personally pay much attention, since I have a lot of other things that I want to handle. There's the main series to mention and the side stories and two movies too. As an OVA that literally went on and on for years, it's a unique case. It'll also be fun to eventually cover some of the big names that were involved, as for example quite a few significant voice actors were in it. For one, Ryo Horikawa played Reinhard before he went on to be the voice of Vegeta.
One quibble on the categories: While it does have quite a few battles in space and some on land, I wouldn't classify it as an action animation in the same company as stuff like Outlaw Star and Samurai Jack. In fact, many episodes have no action scenes at all. So I went ahead and took out that one.
I would suggest that it's not the medium, but the quality of perception and expression, that determines the significance of art. But what would a cartoonist know? -Bill Watterson