For example, when I watch 6.0 programs now, I actually notice how empty a lot of them are, and how weak the spinning is too. The footwork also looks easy. So for me, I think there is some good about IJS.
Also there were some crazy results. I don't think Patrick would have won 2013 worlds under 6.0 and I do think the quality of a whole program needs to be taken into account.
Also while I think spinning in a lot of ways is better now, I must say I miss super fast and tight spins. A LOT and unique moves. Just because someone can eek out a spin, doesn't mean they should.
In terms of dance though, I miss some of the dance programs. I don't know if anyone can top K/P's 1992 Olympic free.
You can still have plenty of artistry with CoP, the problem is the judges don't reward it:
This deserved the highest PCS of the the Ladies competition at Skate America, but instead she only got the 5th highest. She also got screwed over on some of the level calls (Layback called as Level 1 when it's clearly Level 3? Footwork only called as Level 2, should have been level 3. Combination spin was a Level 4, but she only got credit for Level 3).