Honestly? I fuckin' hate it. Yes, I had quite some problems with their depiction of the 23rd century. But you know what? I got into it. They did a pretty good job overall in season 2 to bring it closer to how it should be. And I don't care that much about canon minutae if the overall tone fits. It's just a television production after all. And they really got better at that. But you know what? Now that I have bought into the show, it feels like kind of a betrayal to completely and entirely throw 2 years(!) of the show just away! That's so fuckin' stupid. TNG, DS9, VOY and ENT ALL had problems within their first two years. Know what they did? Improved. So did DIS for season 2. Instead, they decided to throw the baby out with the dishwater. To be quite honest - I don't trust them to get that "new" timeline right the first time either. They essentially completely rebooted their own show, instead of iterated upon it. Guess what? They will have the same problem in their "new" universe as well. Becaue they now have to built an entire new fuckin' universe from scratch again. And if that doesn't work out immediately either, then what? It's the same problem that "Into Darkness" had. People complained about ST09 how unrealistically fast Kirk became a Captain. But instead of aknowledging that criticism with a handwave (like having a montage of Kirk doing some good Captain shit) - they let it dictate their entire fuckin' movie premise, and set Kirk back to square one, to go through the SAME story-arc of "becoming" a Captian again, just even more on-the-nose. I feel this happened here again: People didn't like their worldbuilding. Instead of improving it step-by-step, they threw out their ENTIRE world, only to introduce a completely new one. Guess what? People won't like that new world first try either.