I'm not the biggest Morrison fan, but I'll never quite understand why people chastise him for being so "experimental" (for lack of a better term), especially in relation to his superhero work. We have so many conventional superhero outlets that it's good more boundary-pushing superhero work available. If you don't particularly care for Morrison's take on the Dark Knight, Dini's doing a phenomenal job on Detective Comics that's much more tailored toward the archetypal Batman stories we've come to love. However, why shouldn't Morrison be allowed to go down different creative avenues with Batman? If something becomes far too conflicting or convoluted or even indecipherable that it hurts the overall Bat-continuity, then DC can either ignore it or retcon it at a later time, but that doesn't mean that cavalier directions with these characters should be stifled because "it's too 'out there.'"