It lacks a lot of the over the top action/displays of super strength that Classic MotU/PoP and 2002 MotU displayed.
On the other hand, the characterizations, while giving (almost) everyone goofy moments, are far more fleshed out and interesting. Catra's a pretty nuanced villain, too, for someone who was originally a "rival" that just went around talking with an annoying voice making cat puns and getting jobbed routinely.
The plot itself has gone out of it's way to leave the conflict up to Adora and her friends to resolve with very few implications that Adam/He-Man exist in the setting, but this does at least let Adora come into her own. It's her show, after all.
So it's Different She-Ra. Some people have enjoyed it, everybody loves Entrapta, others hated it from day one, but at least it's better than New Adventures and the early (modern) DC comics that don't feature He-Man for 5 issues and forgot to have any fun until they started crossovers with the DCU at large.