No, I don't like the direction of the changes. The feedback is 80%+ positive because those of us who don't like it have already checked out of the discussion.
I won't be buying any of the new books. One of my players probably will because he buys everything, but other than that, I don't expect most of them will go out and buy new PHBs.
So a good decision not to design for those of you?
Or maybe you are the majority and it is a terrible decision. But I have the feeling, that a cleaned up version of 5e can be sustainable for a few more years. Killing it now would be the worst mistake they could make.
That would ruin the impact of baldur's gate 3 when it finally got out. A bit how baldur's gate 1 and 2 was somwhow badly timed, as you play a great dnd game and a few month later, the rules have completely changed...