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My reactions are somewhat similar to Charlie's. I really like the stuff that's actually on New Krypton and/or involving the Kryptonian characters directly. I was kind of dubious about this whole storyline as it was first introduced, but it's really good stuff that has actually benefitted from such a long buildup.
The Earth-based stuff, though, has ranged for me from just OK to kinda awful. Mainly the General Lane stuff, which is mostly another recycling of long-overused Eeeevil American Military Man tropes, and usually showing little to no knowledge of how the American military actually works (e.g., Lane has apparently absolute and unfettered power, military officers who follow crazy orders without question, etc.)
I'm not sure if he has it in for DC, or just a bias in favor of books he likes, against books he doesn't, and he's not wild about DC's, but I definitely have noticed disparities. A lot of books with similar sales figures, and he'll call one of them a catastrophe, the other "standard attrition."
That "standard attrition" in the numbers, in itself, is kind of depressing. It really looks like there's very little chance of a good book gradually building an audience these days.