Of your points
1. droopyness is often a sign of dryness
2. Evergreens don't keep their leaves forever, old ones turn yellow and fall, new ones grow
3. those new leaves are normal
Hi Brad, to post a photo
1. make it much smaller
2 start from the camera icon
not the Anemanthele,
I've never seen that hairy stuff on any of my libertias but otherwise looks likely
can we have a look at the leaves. They're quite distinctive in rugosa. The little bits I can see don't look like it
yep, It works. That's goodbye forever. I don't use it often but when I do it's permanent.
Nasty comments don't have to stay all weekend. The ignore button still works. At least I hope it does, I'm about to use it
how big is it and how much is turning yellow?
and is it in the ground or a pot?
I would, I know nothing of acers in pots but common sense says it needs repotting. I'd loosen the root just a little bit, give it more space and a good soak.
I hope so Fairy but I think I do more forgetting now
Leaf shape OK for some of the berberis, I think the leaf arrangement is berberis rather than pyracantha