I don't know whether it's just me but naruto has become a little boring: one-sided and too stereotypical. Especially ever since it was revealed that Tobi was obito and the whole Madara been alive till just a few years ago.
1. It's like everything reverts back to the uchiha and madara: their hatred. Madara(uchiha clan) are the centre of the Narutoverse and all other things revolve around them. where are all the other interesting characters, clans and story angles. The dual theme the story started with has been reduced to one: Uchiha hatred theme.
2. I am also tired with the someone becoming strong because they want to protect loved ones or someone becomes a villain/evil because they lost someone they love sub-plots. what happened to other motivations in life. That is why I liked Kabuto but hated his back-story.
3. why did Oro have to come back in such a frivolous manner when unknown or poorly developed characters could have generated a new spark into the story. whatever Oro is about to do could have been achieved without him being revived.
The stereotype: it's like if you are born uchiha, there is a 99% chance you will turn evil. I did not agree with the Tobi=Obito theories because it was too simple and uninteresting. I had wanted Kishi to dumbfound us by breaking the uchiha/senju stereotypes. For me it would have been better if the story had gone this way:
Madara at the VotE realised his evil ways and repented. In his bid to sanctify the uchiha name he worked secretly with Hashirama to try to find a way to end hatred in the world. A senju(Tobi) who has a bone to pick with the uchiha learns about this and conspires and murder both Hashirama and Madara. He then impersonates Madara so to fester hate and anger against the uchiha. He instigates for the uchiha to be exterminated and sets his sights on ruling the world.
well... that's my amateurish take. Let me know what you think.