I'm not familiar with his writing, so I can't comment on that aspect of the book. I like Brad and what he set up, however, so the following gave me pause:
"Newsrama: With the continuation of the series, are you looking for Dwayne to take what Brad has established, both with the new set up as well as the team, and move it forward, or will he be rejiggering it to change things up a little?So, who's out? I didn't think it was a huge cast. I always thought of JLA as a large group and this version seemed just the right size. Regular readers here know who I'm worried about: Roy "Red Arrow" Harper. Brad's got a thing for the Arrow family and he's shown an affinity for Roy that I've loved. I have no idea how the new guy feels about Roy and given his skill isn't exactly all that powerful and necessary to the group dynamic, I'm worried that Roy's elevation to the big group will end abruptly. And that will leave him without a home since he's off the Outsiders. I hope I'm worrying for nothing.
Don DiDio: We’re going to shift the team a little, partly because the team that Brad set up is a huge cast, because Brad wanted to work with a lot of characters. So, we’re looking to bring things down to a more manageable size, we’re going to bring other members in also, and bring in that sense of high action and high adventure again – bring the big scale feel back in to the book. Brad did such a fabulous job on the book in telling a very personal story which established and reestablished the bonds between these characters, so we felt it was time for a little bit of a tonal shift and we’ve got someone who understands the workings of the DCU to do it, which will allow for the book to interact with a lot more titles now, because of Countdown and what we have planned for the year. "