This is common in politics - each side picks a name that supports its point of view:
pro-choice vs. pro-life comes to mind.
So, I'm naturally going to call it Dynamic Value Infusion because thats the benefit I see for doing it and it describes the NET EFFECT you get from Value Added + Share Dilution.
But if you want to pick just half the story for your name to make your point, I recognize it as an effective rhetorical strategy.
I just don't think that real life people will even see any problem with the term "share dilution". Real investors in stocks etc. are used to that term, and know exactly what it means and why it's there. Non tech savvy people will not know what it is, but they'll have no opinion about it anyway because they will not have ANY clue what's going on in the first place and every part of bitshares inner workings will confuse and scare them. It's only bitcoiners and people stuck in the bitcoin mentality that are completely freaked out by the term (despite bitcoin having INSANE share dilution). While these people right now are a significant group, they're also on the path to extinction, and thus shouldn't really be accomodated for any long term planning such as naming convention.
I just don't see any problem with it in the long run, and since it's already what everybody is saying, we might as well get comfortable using it. On the other hand, if we try to force a term on people, they might react by thinking we are hiding something or trying to trick them.