Up until a few hours before broadcast, I wasn't even sure if I was going to watch it. I'd bailed out of Discovery at the start of S4, and Picard S2 back in episode 6, and reading the synopses just made me disappointed at the state of live action Star Trek in general.
But, I decided to PVR it, and watched it at the end of last night, and it was....fine. The story was fine, and the characters are fine. Nothing blew me away, but it wasn't terrible, either.
There were a couple of nitpicky things, like why there's only three people on a Saladin class ship, how a "21st-century" society sussed out how to make a warp reactor in the span of about three months with basic scans, and what exactly a "warp bomb" is, but I suppose it's all pretty minor since none of it will come up again.
I'll keep on it to see where it goes and decide from there.