I think that subsequent writers somewhat De-Morrisoning Morrison characters is often healthy for them. I've loved much of his work but he does have a tendency to go crazy in ways that aren't always great. There was a time when I would read everything he wrote, but that time is very much over.
His X-Men run was mostly fantastic, and had a huge impact on what came after it, to this day, but I don't need all that much Full Morrison in my life and I certainly don't need other writers going all out to mimic it. I'd much prefer they take these characters, try to find a piece of Morrison to carry with them, but otherwise tidy them up a bit. Nobody is Morrison but Morrison (and I'm not even sure about him frankly).
He's one of those writers who becomes an important voice in the industry and does game-changing work and then after a while maybe sort of evolves into something that feels more like a parody of themselves.
But you know what I love? I love writing that wins me over to the point where I start to love ugly art. I hated Frank Quitely. But he's one of the most iconic X-artists to me now and his work takes me somewhere happy. So I guess I enjoyed Morrison's X-Men run a lot.