The thing is I actually do watch the product... I don't watch it every week but I watch enough of it to know that TNA as a promotion has no credibility. We discussed this. They have some good wrestlers and yes they've done some good things with guys like Joe, etc, but I'm sorry, once you need to start hiring ex-WWE guys and beyond that STEAL WWE's old gimmicks, I don't understand how you want me to sit through that week after week in order to give you a legitimate opinion.
You talk about Booker T's slow transition to heel, and I've heard how TNA likes to slowly plant the seeds for feuds and stuff like that, but that's not how it works in wrestling. People don't watch you every single week and they may not watch full shows, and it's because of that. You need hotshot angles and stuff like that to attract people to watch your shows. Otherwise no one will.
So I'm sorry, you can't tell me I need to watch TNA every single week and every moment of the product in order to have an opinion about it. And frankly, I don't think anyone needs to look past Shark Boy or Jay Lethal in order to see that. Or Kevin Nash still being there, or Kurt Angle wrestling with a neck injury and TNA barely telling him to sit a show out, or burying guys like Daniels, etc, etc.
For every good decision TNA has made, they've made at least 5 stupid ones.