This is a motley concoction, granted... some real stinkers, but no way on earth is the Moffat and Smith combination even close to the RTD and Tennant era. At its peak, Blink, Human Nature and Family of Blood ran sequentially... three of the greatest Doctor Who episodes in the history of the entire series and all in a row. We've not had anything remotely as good in this latest incarnation. The Silence are the only 'big bad' that have got my rocks off this time around. Which I can't quite fathom as Moffat was one of the best writers (after Paul Cornell) during RTD's reign. From his totally non-menacing United Colours of Benetton Daleks and his obvious swing back to very small child friendliness (which is different than kid friendly) to his bumbling Doctor (which is a great shame as Smith is a fantastic actor), it is like he's done his best to screw it up.
Someone wrote a piece in the papers at Christmas basically saying how these new shows make you pang for RTD and Tennant back, and he was correct in my book. I still watch the show, but it is a shadow of its former self. I often find myself sighing when I do watch it, wondering how the amazing Tenth Doctor would have done things. And this is from someone who grew up worshipping Tom Baker's Fourth Doctor.