The current show is great. Production-wise, it is a much better show than the 2003 series. In general, it tends to take the core story concepts of the the 1987 cartoon (Krang instead of Utroms, animal-contact mutagen, Hamato Yoshi as Splinter), reinvent them to meet the needs of more modern adventure cartoons, and wrap them in a 3D CGI presentation directly inspired by the look and feel of the Mirage comics. It also borrows some story events from the early Mirage comics that I wouldn't have expected. The end result is a lot like the 2007 CGI film from Imagi. The one downside for me is that since Glenn Murakami (Teen Titans) is directing it, some of his stylistic quirks that have always rubbed me the wrong way sometimes show through. Be prepared for a few pseudo-anime wild takes, and the occasional jerky move-stop-move action scenes (Genndy Tartakovsky seems to love these too. Drives me nuts.) Thankfully, he's toned these waaaaaaaay down since Teen Titans. If you enjoyed the 2007 movie, you should give this show a chance.