That seems pretty harsh. I'm not really into what Humphries is doing, but that's more because I find it mediocre and kind of clunky. With Loeb, it was mind-boggling how something so awful and bizarre ever even saw print. I can at least understand what Humphries is trying to do, even if it isn't very good. With Loeb, my reaction was less "I'm bored by this" than it was "Are you out of your MIND?!"
Agree. That's one reason why I still have hope. I think Humphries is trying to find is groove but I see what he's doing and once he hits it, he'll be great.