I'm glad it's Davros pretending to be the Emperor - even if he does look utterly ridiculous in that bin liner - because the infamous rice pudding scene wouldn't work if he was talking to a giant golf ball. It's as simple as that.
The Doctor talking the dalek to death, on the other hand, is simply embarrassing. I just don't get it. It looks like it evaporates into a time-warp or something equally bizarre when a simple shut-down might have been more poignant. It's supposed to be dark and mysterious (and perhaps even Godlike) but at the end of the day it's still a dalek being spun round really, really fast like a demented waltzer.
Am I concerned that the Doctor commits genocide - an act that has probably provoked more retro-continuity than any other moment in the series? Certainly not. Bring it on, I say. He's been too easy on the bloody daleks for years, if you ask me. It's not so much a case of "do I have the right?" as "how much am I allowed to enjoy it?"
In summary, Remembrance reminds us that Rose won't be as revolutionary as the popular press would have us believe. We have a female companion who is just as heroic as the Doctor, flying daleks, a plot tied directly to the concerns of Earth, an truly alien Doctor and, to top it all, impressive special effects and sets.
I don't know what all the fuss is about...