It's still kinda extreme to suggest that this continuation is "nothing like what" Miura would have done. It's a given that this will have significant differences from what Miura would have done
It's not extreme at all, it's a factual assessment of the situation. You can use euphemisms all you want ("significant differences"), it doesn't change the facts. These developments contradict a ton of things Miura had established for the story, which I've documented for others' benefit. And that's not getting into matters of common sense – like the fact the characters would not behave like they do – that I don't expect you to grasp. The result is something that's very, very different from what Miura would have done.
Anyway, I'll tell you the same thing I just told Neblin: if you disagree with something, explain why in detail. Not just by saying we should have blind faith in Mori.
I just take some key plot points as a spark of imagination as to how Miura would have done it and don't take the rest very seriously.
This is still the right mindset to have as far as I'm concerned. The problem is that distinguishing these key plot points from the chaff is proving to be harder than I had anticipated. I still really wish Mori would publish a list of the elements he learned from Miura, without embellishments.