I have to admit, I had really hoped we would be getting that vibe from this show. I'm appreciating the all-ages, A-Team-meets-old-Bond approach it is attempting, but not enough of the characters are working well enough to make that approach succeed. At this point I'm just hopping that, by the back 9 of the season (which is probably the earliest point where they could make a major course correction based on the initial feedback since the premiere) or by the start of next season, that they'll manage to implement a change of direction and shifting of focus onto some newer characters and phase out the ones not working (primarily Skye and Ward). And that, hopefully, the "Joss Whedon is frantically rewriting every script" rumor from before the show premiere means we'll see a quality increase guide or transition us to that point. We've gotten two decent-to-good episodes (I liked Eye Spy and 0-8-4 quite a bit), one with some promise that came up short (the Pilot) and two that have had mixed success (at best) at integrating the actual super hero element into the show (The Asset & Girl in the Flower Dress).