The new Batman continuity and connections with Nightwing is great - the story is good and the art is great. The new Action Comics and Detective Comics are fantastic. I have really enjoyed the majority of what I have picked up, ESPECIALLY the new Batwoman and Batgirl. I liked the new Superboy, but it's certainly an adjustment. Static Shock was fantastic.
Birds of Prey is decent, but Canary's costume is ridiculous and could use a serious revamp to something that doesn't look like she's a bike tire stripper.
Suicide Squad had potential, even with the storylines, but Harley Quinn's costume is way too whorish and distracting. Her weird poses don't fit with the rest of the things that are going on, and it's just disappointing.
As far as most of the comics go - Batman, Detective Comics, Action Comics, Nightwing, Static Shock, Superboy, etc., good job. I haven't gotten all of my copies of all of the comics (I'm waiting for the last week's releases), but all of the reviews support that the main comics are good. I loved all of the ones I've read so far.
The BIG fail was in the handling of female characters. I'm sure DC will hear about this forever, but even outside of Harley Quinn looking like an idiot and Canary's costume sucking, Catwoman and Red Hood and the Outlaws are nearly unforgivable.
I didn't buy either, because before I picked them up, I saw clips of them online that just ruined my interest. Starfire in a bikini, almost the whole time, posing for the reader and talking about emotionless, unattached sex? The bro-cheers from the other characters about having had sex with her? That's just wrong, dude.
And Catwoman. Those first two pages are just ridiculous. How many comics with Batman have started out with him nearly naked, not showing his face, and showing his butt getting shot at instead of the rest of him? I mean, come on. It was awful! Plus, as much as I love Batman and Catwoman, and I am totally okay with characters having sex, the final page of that comic was just so weirdly out of sync with what I know about Batman and so simply unnecessary... There are tons of blog posts out there on this subject. DC would do well to take a couple of hours of web searching and read them. The Mary Sue has mentioned it a ton of times.
On a positive note, though, I really liked Batgirl, although I wasn't sure about the miraculous fix of Barbara Gordon's paralysis, because she had real character insight and development. She was a real person, and I am hoping the rest of the issues keep up with it.
And Batwoman? AMAZING. I loved every single page of that comic, even though a few times I was confused by the story (lack of exposure to the character's history, primarily). The artwork was breathtaking, and there were scenes where women were nearly naked - and it wasn't obscene! I didn't feel like I was watching porn, I didn't feel uncomfortable. It's amazing how good it feels to look at a comic book page with women nearly undressed and not feel dirty about it. This was a beautifully executed book. The people you have working on Batgirl and Batwoman should be advising on the other comics with women in them, and DC should get more men and women on board just like them.