Still some grumbling out there over the 'Papa Zeus' development in WW, and there probably always will be. I miss the magic of the 'clay doll' origin, as much as anyone.
IHowevere, ..if there are two widely accepted origins for Flash and Green Lantern, with each story belonging to either the Golden or Silver Ages, I think we can live with this unexpected (as much as unsolicited) change for Wonder Woman. What I didn't like about the way the new origin was brought to us was the implication -in the press and from Mr. Azzarello, himself- that this new 'daughter of Zeus' business was so superior to the original, Golden Age origin. Different in tone, it may be, ..but, the new origin isn't as imaginative, artful, memorable or even as mythologically Greek, as the original.
It isn't an improvement. It's just a different story, and it should be accepted as no more or less than that.
What will be very important from here on out is that it is firmly established in this new (52) mythos that, somehow, Diana earned her title and office of Wonder Woman. We need to know that she, alone, is worthy of it, ..and I think the introduction of Zeus's paternity has made us unsure of that. We must be sure of that.
For this reason, the Tournament of Wonder, I think, must stay.