Probably this EP thing, fully.
Fully onboard with and loved everything up to and including Universal Themes but as he's pushed it further to more ridiculous degrees, the less I've been on board. Mad that at the time UT with ultra-narrative/spoken-word Birds of Flims, It's My First Day... etc seemed like the extreme conclusion of this style but feel comparatively conventional now.
I actually found Common As Light a really interesting listen at the time, but I agree fully with the post upthread about listening to it like a podcast or something. Very little replay value, although I think there's still lots of character in it, with the good and bad that entails.
Jesu II I've barely given a go but it's not unlistenable, and nice enough really. Just felt like for the first time he wasn't going anywhere new or interesting with it.