Let's tacitly follow in the fashion of Adam and say no to Remender. Stories of purported cataclysmic scope veiled with ostensible impact are what the current X-market is replete with and they're adding to the problem of stagnancy. Remender is incapable of capitalizing on the 'mutants are a minority' metaphor and seems averse to receiving any elucidation on it. I don't think he understands the mutant or minority plight and that is a stipulation crucial for anyone being handed the keys to the proverbial kingdom. No more stories for the sake of telling stories. These stories must have a palpable and poignant meaning.
This is a question to the devout followers of the man in question: did he actually stay true to the mandate of the preceding UA run? Did his stories and character development actually reflect the notion of union between man and mutant?
Whoever it is, (echoing sentiments here) i just hope they love the X-Men and have an actual level of respect for them whilst not being afraid to toe the line and push the envelope on particular aspects of the The Cause. It's time for innovation and evocative stimulation. I wouldn't want the franchise to plunge into another Bendis-Aaron era where characters face decadent measures of mistreatment and/or neglect while everything is at a stand still.