What didn't you like about it?
Also, did you like the Threboot Legion?
It never seemed to really get off the ground, for one thing. And as soon as things started looking optimistic during the LSV storyline, Flashpoint happened and f**ked everything up.
There were just too many issues that Levitz ignored, such as continuity problems created by Johns (among others), and a team that had really been aged a little too much into their mid-20's to early 30's.
As for the Threeboot, I liked it for what it was. It set the Legion in a more constructed 31st century, as opposed to the "generic SF" future that it had always been set in.
I liked the characters did (shock!) act like the teenagers they were supposed to be instead of acting like adults in teenaged bodies (which happened a lot in the 60's and 70's). I liked that there were cliques and relationships that were more like real teens in high school.
I liked Waid's take on Timber Wolf as more of a loner with a bit of a James Dean or Dylan Walsh kind of aura instead of being semi-feral. Not to mention his warrior-barbarian princess version of Shadow Lass.
And the tension between the not-quite boy scout Cosmic Boy and the Kerr Avon-like Brainy was brilliant. Especially the incident with the goats, because it showed Cos could outwit Brainy.