I too am not impressed by what I've been hearing and reading, but I suppose for those that wish to recapture the glory years of the Amiga, it's something to look forward too.
The problem is that many of the Amiga developers worht a damn have simply moved on. A few stragglers are left, but nothing major that will provide a significant software base from which new adoptees of the new Amiga platform will benefit.
I doubt many that used the Amiga used it simply for the love of the OS. I mean I liked the machine and all, but just giving me the opportunity to run AmigaOS on newer hardware isn't all that appealing by itself. It needs what all computers need to be successful. Applications running on it that you cannot do without or find elsewhere that force you to buy the hardware. It's a long way from there I'm afraid.