Woo! As well.
I'd say, in a more lay-person's terms... That 4E just completely destroyed the story and what the classes used to be like. That said, people that've played it without prejudice have said it was very fun, mechanically.
I'd say, 5E, is a very nice system that's streamlined compared to 3E. Simple to pickup, without a real pressure to multiclass, while allowing you to make a charismatic wizard, or a charismatic fighter, or an intelligent barbarian without 'completely' messing up your character. The backgrounds are wonderfully done on that front.
It just lacks the material. They could still end up adding things like traits, or prestige classes... Who knows!