Further, many people who would like to express their disappointment and disgust with recent Bonds refrain from doing so because they know they will be hammered and called stupid by a small group of particularly vocal Bond buffs who insist that only positive views may be expressed here.
I think you are free to express that you didn't like the Craig films, or the Brosnan films or any films you didn't like. I simply objected to the subject of the thread mentioning "bad news" when all that happened was that screenwriters were announced.
As someone who has seen every Bond film multiple times, read the books, read the books about the movies, bought the movies on CED, VHS, DVD and BD, and basically studied them decades, I think the Craig films are the best in the series since the initial 3 or 4 Connery movies. Not to dismiss Roger Moore, Tim Dalton, or even George Lazenby (or Pierce Brosnan), but the Craig movies recaptured something that I think had been missing for too long. Not coincidentally, the new films also got rid of the self-parody that was part of the series for far too long.
BTW, I detailed what we know about the production of Bond 23 here, complete with links to the sources: