Since these two titles are largely linked, I thought it would be easier to just address them together.
Regenesis was a lot better than I thought it would be. I really liked that all of the stated reasons that were given for who stayed on Utopia and who went to Westchester were reasonable seemed in line with what the characters have been doing of late.
I found it interesting that most of of the scenes involving Logan's recruits were pretty funny, if not at the very least tongue-in-cheek. Of note were a few: Beast putting off having relations with Abigail Brand to accept Logan's invitation (and in the process revealing that in all likelihood he will be actually running the school); Havoc and Polaris agreeing to go see about signing up with X-Factor Investigations at the sly prompting of Logan; and Toad begging to go, even if it means being the janitor.
On the flip side, most of the scenes involving Scott's recruits were pretty heavy. Of particular note was the one that a lot of people have said they were curious about: Storm. As predicted, she is there to act as something remotely resembling a moral compass, but the scene was a powerful one and it says a lot about how Scott even recognizes where things are going and how far down the Machiavellian path he has ventured. The scene at the end with Emma was especially touching.
The scene with the kids, who are the focal point of this entire split, was nice, if not a little touchy-feely at the end. I feel like the point of that scene played out better in Gillen's other title of the week.
Going concurrently with this was Generation Hope #12, which obviously covers Hope and her team's reaction to the split in greater detail. What struck me the most about this issue was how Gillen dealt with the opposing poles of Scott and Logan without actually having them in the book outside of a couple of pages. What you saw was a bunch of kids all under way too much stress and trying to make sense of a complicated situation. It was funny and profound at the same time.
Schism was awesome and these two epilogues to the miniseries were done quite well.