New X-Men: The first issue of this book was actually the one which made me give up buying X-men for a few years afterwards, granted Claremont had done a lot damage to the series prior to this with some really bad stories but Morrison with his sh*t really turned me off the book, I hated it. I hated the new uniforms, I hated the fact that most of the mutants hanging around the school now looked like outcasts from The Morlocks, I hated the fact that storylines were now tied up in four to six issues so they could be sold as trades...I liked long developing storylines like who was the 3rd summers brother? Who was the X-traitor? Who was Bastion really?, I hated the fact that the covers of the X-men went from action shots of something that happened, but not quite in the same way inside the comic to pictures of single characters (bar the Emma Frost one).
And 11 years on...............................
I still hate it. The story is standard Morrison stuff, bits of weirdness, convoluted dialogue in places, it just appears that Morrison is writing to entertain himself, which is all well and good in stuff like the Invisibles and his other creator owned work, but X-men has a solid fan base which should be put before self indulgence. All it's missing is Morrison inserting himself into the storyline, although arguments could be made about both Cassandra Nova or Xavier.
On the plus side it's better than Final Crisis, and Quitley's artwork has something about it, I like it and always have but can't quite figure out why, It looks very static but is captivating.