It's kind of frightening and kind of amusing how many "don't let the door hit you on the way out" voices there are for an edition that prides itself on being inclusive.
Sure, "D&DN is boring" isn't really constructive, but then neither is "Well I like it so your viewpoint is invalid."
I didn't say his point is invalid. I said this game is not his cup of tea, so he should play any other, not that his taste for any other isn't valid.
In the past, we (as a community) tried to convince "the other side" that they were wrong not liking "our" edition of choice. We've learned.
So now, when we see such unconstructive stuff as "DDN is boring", we realize that it's either:
a) a troll attempt to start a flame war
b) a honest expresion of a diferent taste for rpg playstyle.
I don't want to deal with trolls, and I'm not going to try to convince him that his tastes are "wrong" and he "should have fun" with the edition becouse I do. So, in any case, I'd rather have the OP to close the door gently when he leaves.