I really like this arc, although the way it jumps around between different books does give it a fragmented feel. That's more a general problem with events, but since there are only two event-only issues (BotA #1 and #2), and the vast majority of the story is told in what would usually be non-essential tie-ins, this seems to be suffering from that more. It also has a negative effect on the other series, particularly the new adjectiveless X-Men since that's barely found its feet, having just one 3 issue arc so far and a fillerish 4th issue, with its BotA tie-in feeling completely forced in and nothing at all like the previous 4 issues.
I don't know why I'm still watching this. It feels like a series made by fans for release on their website, and not particularly talented fans. The voice acting is often pretty bad, Alfred always sounds like he's voicing over a tutorial in a videogame to me ("Now Bruce, remember to press X to climb over the wall. That's it, you've got it!")l the animation is really weird - people seem completely frozen in place until they do an animation cycle, then go back being frozen again, if there's a series of animation cycles, they pause briefly between each one; Gotham feels more like an abandoned film set since you very rarely see anyone at all other than the people directly related to the plot; very little that happens makes any sense whatsoever, it's just plot contrivance after plot contrivance with no thought put into at all... The list goes on.
Of the ones listed above, I'm only interested in reading Saga and Guardians of the Galaxy. Add to that Avengers, Uncanny Avengers, Avengers Assemble and A+X, the last one just because of Jubilee. I don't really have to worry about budget as I can just read other peoples' copies.
@roboadmiral: I completely agree, although that's a moot point anyway since Superman has killed in the comics and in the Richard Donner movies. The entire argument, regardless of technique, is invalid.