While I wouldn't mind more animated Yu Yu Hakusho, the series doesn't need a complete remake. Unlike Hunter x Hunter, it's first anime adaptation is already mostly accurate and complete. While I'm sure a modern production could turn out great too, it's difficult to imagine it capturing the vintage charm of the original series's traditional cel animation.
Believe it or not, but the show's early episode's dealing with Yusuke's death were actually heavily condensed compared to the source material. In the manga, there were a lot more side stories involving Yusuke helping people as a ghost. Honestly, animating these is one of the few things a remake could actually do to improve upon the first anime, which did streamline a few side plots here and there.
Funimation should never, and I mean NEVER, "remaster" Yu Yu Hakusho for widescreen. Never. It was animated at a 4:3 aspect ratio and that's how it should be presented – not as cropped revisionist garbage like the Dragon Ball Z Season Blu-rays. If you absolutely need to have the footage fill your TV screen, you can click the zoom feature on your player.
Also for my oldest review for FUNimation in re-dubbed the film, since they can to check out a review that I did. Am I right on the other five roles in the film on who plays who? Don't know. But it doesn't matter either way, to making it happen. Enjoy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyJgGTsj_50
2. Just as TIL mentioned above, Yu Yu Hakusho is finished. Complete. Over and done. And has been that way for a long time. The story had one of the best and most absolute endings I think it could've possibly gotten.
3. Do NOT post your email address in your posts. This is just asking for trouble from spammers, hackers, and trolls.