I'll take it from that that you didn't like Knight and Squire? Because I quite did, and I think it generally got well reviewed, even if the sales were abysmally low.
I think a book like "Batman Inc" has much more reason to exist than "Batwing" or "Dark Knight" on the face of it. The great strength of the Bat-line is its diversity, and it has gone largely untapped aside from Morrison (in the last few years only Red Hood and the Outlaws, Miller's Batgirl and to a lesser extent the current Batwoman series have ever really played with anything beyond the same gritty street level business that has grown tiresome).
Batman Inc could be that book, if it is given the right creative team.