The higher power crap was pretty bad even if it was building to the payoff (too close to "They" from Immortal for me); however I liked Taz's promo. He fumbled a few times, but did a solid job of giving credit to the club as well as informing as to just how TNA will be able to (required to) keep him on the headset. I loved the explanation the mocking of "poor" Brooke and enjoyed the Teflon Taz remark.
Would I say that this was his best, or the best work that TNA can offer? Of course not. But I will be the first to admit I was far more pleased with last night's Taz as opposed to the goofy, awkward Taz who cracks jokes that aren't funny and makes comments expecting roaring applause, yet only finds crickets. The promo didn't have me geeked to see what's next for A&8s, but I don't think it took away from the swerve of last week, but just elaborated as to why Taz did what he did; which was the promo's entire design.