Totally disagree. In fact I saw Skyfall on a list of most overrated films of the decade, recently. QoS was great. It picked up right where CR left off and Foster did a great job. Those first two films took place shortly after Bond got double-0 status...which made Skyfall very jarring with its theme of Bond being over the hill. I just didn't buy Bardem in that villain role. He was arguably the most intriguing bad guy in cinema thanks to the performance the Coens got out of him as Chigur in No Country for Old Men. But to see him try to pull off another bad-guy epic performance with sub-par writing and direction was just cringe-worthy IMHO. Spectre was a good way to right the ship, and Blofeld was indeed the best villain since CR's Le Chiffre. I also liked the opening sequence in Mexico City, the car chase through Rome and the way it wrapped up the Mr. White arc.