Depends if American or Yuropoorian. As the latter, back then when DT1987 aired, I didn't really like that show, because it was not like muh euro Disney comics that had mostly Donald as the main leading character. Only season 1 had Donald Duck. Later on, starting with season 2, Donald was gone, replaced by Bubba, and then later Fenton.
The only episodes of DT1987 season 2 onwards I liked were the ones with Fenton, because he was somewhat of a Donald Duck ersatz, and he had a superhero secret identity, just like euro Disney-comic Donald had sometimes a superhero secret identity in the form of the Duck Avenger, a poorfag-version of Batman.
Basically, when I was younger, I was meh about it, because it was not what I expected it to be.
I would haphazard a guess that Americans have a more positive attitude towards the animations because that's what they mostly know about, and they got lots of cartoons to experience, with some really novel spin-offs like Darkwing Duck.
Now that I'm older, I'm more open-minded about this stuff, and I'm glad that each version of Disney duck-stories has enough liberties to be their own identity.
I still massively dislike Quack Pack, though, because I detest the idea of Donald and his close entourage being the only cartoonish duck creature in a world full of hairless apes. Yearks.
Have everyone be dognose people, or furry animal people (that would be the best - goats, pigs, other avians, whatever), but not humans. Eeewwww.