Just hope they don't combine lower budgets with bad quality (and additionally don't put spectacle over story). A different setup gives companies a chance to change up their formulas.
Except for Hollywood. Evil as can be. If anyone wants the details, you're free to ask, but don't pollute this thread.
You can definitely make a good, low budget movie by making the story compelling. Trying to do a big budget style movie on a shoestring just results in an obviously low budget movie. I'd rather have a good story than a bad CGI 'splosion-fest.