I disagree. A lot. I think seasons 5 and 6 has been the first time the show has been consistently good. With RTD, you expected the occasional clunker, but you were alright with it, because you knew a great episode would come along soon. It was just part of the show. We sat through Boom Town, Love and Monsters, Fear Her, Daleks in Manhattan, Stolen Earth and Journeys End for episodes like, well, most other episodes. With Moffatt, I don't feel there has been any such episodes that I would never rewatch on my own. The worst I feel you can accuse any episode under Moffatt of being is paced oddly, like Victory of the Daleks, which I honestly think should have been a two-parter, or The Black Spot, which isn't a bad episode but probably needed another rewrite. The Flesh two-parter could probably have been a one-parter, but I guess it was important to set up the whole Flesh thing properly.
I think Smith is brilliant. I think he is almost better at displaying raw anger than Tennant. Like in the mid-finale, where he is telling that lady that she is about to find out why he has to many rules. Or in the last season, where no human has anything to say to him, that particular day. Likewise Gillan, I think her and Smith has a brilliant chemistry. I, for one, am glad they dropped the flirting between the Doctor and the companions that we got with Ten.
Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin to slit throats.