Most fans were either having way too high of expectations, or were too wrapped up in thinking this would be whatever they loved Dragonball for and because it's not catering to them, it's bad. In all honesty, I don't make a point of keeping up with it. I watch on occasion, and it's fun. However, that's all DBZ was to me: something fun to watch from time to time.
It's mixed feelings. Japan seems to mostly enjoy it and the recent movies much more because it's somewhat closer to the original Dragon ball was in terms of easy going, more comical mischief. Where as Z was 99% serious business, no fun allowed, and this isn't even my final forms, or this one, or this one either.
But yeah, people were expecting way to much of it, which was weird because they flat out even said the first parts of Super were simply going to be recaps of BoG and RoF. After the first few episodes even I dropped it, and only sort of got back into it during the short U6 vs U7 arc. I didn't really start getting much more interested in it until they finally gave us the new Future Trunks arc and something actually new.
On a Super note, goddamn Olympics. Super already had a week break 2 weeks ago, and this weekend it took another one.
The most famous golden super mode doesn't look so golden anymore.
I'm fine with the usual quailty, it'll just be fixed on the Blu-rays anyways. Plus most of the action in the Trunks saga has been looking great. I don't care too much about just normal standing/talking scenes. Thuogh there's a definite change in quality from the battles when they took place in Trunks world where they had to render actual backgrounds, buildings, rubble, dark clouds, etc to the past world where it's blue backgrounds and maybe some rocks.
Except they haven't done much. Only Episode 5 and some parts of the Goku/Golden Frieza fight were fixed (albeit lightly) for the Blu-Ray release. Everything else has been exactly the same as the broadcast version.
It's worth noting the Toyotaro manga serves only to promote the Anime, which is the definitive version of the DBS narrative. In other words, the manga isn't canon, which is why Toyotaro ditched the Super Saiyan Blue + Kaioh-ken combo from the Toei version and instead made the stipulation that using Super Saiyan Blue consecutively has a negative effect of losing its power by up to 90%. This explains why Vegeta lost to Hit easily in the manga because he used the form earlier against Cabbe, and Goku fighting Hit in his Super Saiyan God form before going to Blue. Hit is also said to be much weaker in the manga.