Eutropia I am going with was herself pretty good at keeping some full glimpse into the heart of her to herself, given the atmosphere she's grown up in. On the face of it though, she certainly seemed much interested in the reform of Taldor's political system, particular as regards inheritance laws and the place of women in said political system. Others tended to project onto her that this meant she was a more across the board reformer as well as far as Taldor's other issues like corruption and what have you (not to the point of some Andoran style democracy or anything, but, you know, the more usual efficiency and effectiveness in the senate, reducing corruption, funding for the army, chasing out bandits, repairing infrastructure, so forth). She certainly when it was useful and in likely company seemed to affect the stance of a reformer, couching in in terms like "restoring Taldor's legacy" and things like that. On the other hand, with that being one of the only spaces to claim a support and influence network in for herself, it's possible she believed nothing beyond such changes as were needed to put her on the throne when the day came and was using people by their own foolish naivete. There are debates either way. If very quiet ones, because the coup is an extremely taboo topic, which makes Eutropia herself one.