let me put it this way. It's a reboot of the she-ra cartoon from the 80's, have you ever watched it? no shit a modern reboot will have more artistic value compared to a toy-pushing cartoon from the 80's. the reboot can focus on world building, develop characters, set up future storylines and most important, telling a story. those are the elements that made shows like Avatar, Adventure Time and Steven Universe garner immediate interest and a huge following. for me, I think it's a great reboot. It managed to build its own identity and stand on its own as a good show while keeping elements of the old show alive, even borrowing from other parts of the Master of the Universe franchise.
It's not perfect, yes and anybody who expected that is either naive or just trolling. the animation isn't impressive but it's not downright terrible or unwatchable. it has that generic anime artstyle that is synonymous with korean studios nowadays but I don't mind it too much, I don't think the tone of this reboot needs cartoony characters like Loo-kee or the Twiggets, I'm glad that that fucker Kowl is gone. the music is good, there's not a lot of songs except for Sea Hawk's shanties but the background music is used well and fits the mood of each individual episode.
the character designs are my favorite part of the show. I like that the princesses look different, unlike the original where everybody could be considered an Adora retool. I like that they have different ages, I like that they have different body types, some are taller, beefier, Noelle saw fit to give Entrapta a huge rack for some reason. I like that they're all from/have different ethnicities or skin colors, I love me the brown, sarcastic mermaid princess, it makes the characters and the world look more real instead of just feeling like a lazy made-up world. again, this goes back to the fact that too many of the female characters looked the same.