I don't mean totally quitting Marvel comics or anything, just in the sense of cutting away a big bulk of my pull list due to either not really liking certain creative teams or Marvel's price points for their upcoming books.
Personally I've been tolerant on the 20 page $3.99 thing for certain books but that's mostly because I've been looking for good jumping off points for a while and I think Marvel NOW! provides as perfect time as any to do so. I no longer see a whole lot of value to Marvel's $3.99 comics given all of the cost cutting measures they've been implementing on the single issues over the years which looks especially bad when you see what DC's putting out with adding extra pages to their $3.99 books, retaining the glossier cover stock, and overall having a more inviting price point of $2.99 so that you can try out more books without having to squeeze out another one due to a tight budget. I'm keeping most of the $2.99 books that I currently purchase (Avengers Academy, Winter Soldier, Scarlet Spider, Hulk, etc.) and am just riding out the remaining runs on Uncanny X-Force, Avengers/New Avengers/Secret Avengers, Invincible Iron Man, until their writer's end their time on the titles but after those runs are over I'm pretty much cutting them out.
However I have picked up Captain Marvel, Hawkeye, and perhaps I'll even check out Gambit if that's good as I've enjoyed these and for $2.99 they offer a good reading experience even if they are a little rough around the edges, plus it feels like less of an investment when you buy a lot of other books. For me, a lot of the future Marvel NOW! books price points will determine whether I pick them up or pass on them, the other runs I'll probably trade wait from now on though.
So where do you guys stand on this? Are some of you in the same camp as me or will you just cut out certain books to make space for specific big name titles? Alternatively, are you guys on board for most of it and don't really have problems with the price points and talent involved in the relaunch?