I concur. Haven't had a chance to give JJones the once over yet, but it looks good. And the whole David Tennant villain role had me a little excited even if he IS a little over-the-top-if-not-a-little-mind-rapey. I'm actually STILL missing out on DD due to my aversion to horribly acted CW style tv shows for the DC heroes thus far. It just seems like cheap exploitation of good comic material (I'm looking at you, Supergirl and Flash), with poorly acted roles, subpar special effects budgets, and terribly soap opera plotlines and overly contrived "new spins" on what was a perfectly good canon plot. Alas, its the problem most film adaptations suffer from: trying to be "different in a new way", in a very special snowflake fashion.
In Flash's defense, it's gotten a LOT better in terms of plot and SFX budget and acting skill. But it's still not at a point where I can get through an episode without a groan or a headshake or two. I WANT to like these things. But my common sense knows better.