I've only played nine of the games, so my opinion might not be the best. It used to be that I didn't want any Zelda game erased. Even though I make a big stink about AoL, I still have nostalgia feelings about it (even though I played it more recently than most) and it was a clear sequel so I couldn't really complain story-wise. Even with AoL, there was never a game I felt so bad about that I wanted it erased... until SS. The more I observe, play and talk about SS, the more I come to dislike it. Not a bad game in itself, perhaps not even a bad Zelda game (debatable) just a bad addition to the Zelda series. The game came out at the wrong time in the wrong place in the timeline. Playing it, I didn't feel like I was playing a Zelda game, I felt like I was playing a generic adventure game that had a couple of Zelda components. I loved the new controls, the new items, Groose, collecting bugs and junk and a couple of other things, but there were too many things that I Personally didn't like and too many things that just weren't good in general for me to see this game in a positive light. My biggest concern is the story and how it jumps out of the Zelda feel we already had going on. With TP showing obvious signs that it was a continuation of the OoT story, SS's multiple differences to the land of Hyrule and its history was like eating something really sour after eating a lot of things that are deliciously sweet. It was too different at the wrong time. I know we Zelda fans get a rep for saying "It's different! RAGE!" but I don't mind different, as long as its done the right way. ST was in a new land, with new concepts and a new history for said land and it felt more Zelda than SS did with its story.
As I've said many times before, the worst part is that SS was a prequel to the Zelda series and in any entertainment a prequel's job is to act upon the story that created it, which SS barely did. The story was more individual base than explanatory and the things that were explanatory I felt Personally did a poor job.
People defend its flaws, or rather things I believe are flaws, but I've yet to see an argument about any of them that truly convinced me I was wrong. (With the exception of one I had with Axle but that was about story details).
All in all, I would like to have SS erased and give the Zelda series the proper beginning a Legend this big deserves. One that explains much more about the series, in much more detail rather than going on its own path and using the explanations as filler to its own story.