All valid points. Though I've enjoyed the run so far, and frankly liked Pyg--if anything, my problem was that he used him mostly just for a couple of set-pieces and was done with him too fast. Given the amount of buildup that was unsatisfying. But then again, that's one of his bigger problems.
Funny how the three UK writers with the biggest problems with endings play out. When Ellis cops out, it's usually "villain wasn't all that and nothing to be scared of." When Moore cops out, it's a ridiculous ending. And when Morrison does, it's more like "Oh, wait, there's supposed to be an ending, isn't there? Oh, all right..."