I think that I'm finding myself more interested in the potential ramifications of this move than in the rebooted books themselves, which could be construed as a bit sad, I suppose. The fact of the matter is that, as others have mentioned, of the fifty-two titles to be released, less than half of them will survive much past the Mayan apocalypse. That's not an assumption on my part...that's fact. And it's a sad one, but there it is. The weak will fall and be replaced by a new version of something terribly similar, likely after the annual mega-crossover of dubious merit.
The thing is, it won't necessarily be the stories themselves that are the let down...it'll be scheduling problems, or late artwork or the fact that only a precious few people will buy more than the first issue of any one of these titles. I mean, I WANT a good Hawkman book. I want a book about a flying Conan hitting people with history. That's just good comics right there.
But I'm a student of history. I know how this song goes, and I know how it ends. So instead of being excited because Sergeant Rock y'all!, I'm instead drawn to the more meta-textual story going on. I know that these titles won't be around long enough to get attached to, but the repercussions of this reboot? Yeah, that's going to make for interesting reading for a long time.