OK, just saw it... And I have to say, I agree verbatim with the reviewer. The unfortunate thing is, if they followed his advice, it would be a really terrific show. Bizarrely enough, I was also instantly reminded of "Death to Smoochy!" The choreography is terrific, very simple and easy to follow - based on the live-animal videos in the background. That part really kept my boy's attention, but I could see that he wasn't able to follow the choreography because of all the spinning lights and colors. The muppets are a little too wired for my taste (they remind me of my least favorite muppets, Davey and Joey monkey,) but a lot of that could be addressed in toning down the set a little, and having fewer kids on the dance floor. All in all, I could see that my boy was relieved when the slower-paced Wiggles came on (sigh, tear hair out.) I don't think keeping kid's TV - particularly for the preschool set - at a frenetic pace is a good idea, though it seems to be an industry trend. It is clearly still a Henson production, though - the songs are complex and interesting, the muppets are well-designed and well-performed, and the writing - even though it lacks focus - wasn't done by a third grader (unlike said Wiggles.) I'd like to see what parents of school-age kids think of this show.