Rather than start a discussion in this forum since the blog is practical, not rant, I include the link to the techniques forum for those who want to view and discuss.
He's very positive on the features and notes where there are issues that should be improved. It's the kind of practical and honest information I'd like see. I'm encourage that, despite the issues and missing features, he sees the promise as well. Some open minded people might rethink the value of FCPX for the present and future after reading it.