Victini movie and that is just awesome about Vic Mignogna being an upcoming movie. While they obviously can't play more than characters of the day or movie roles due to where they live, it does allow for more variety than just using the New York pool of voice actors, so that is pretty nice.
Anyway, I accepted that TPCI was going to be the main dubbers of the series pretty much right away. I didn't have a lot of issues with the 4Kids seasons, but I also wasn't fond of them to the point where I didn't want any other company dubbing Pokemon. So, I was fine with TPCI taking the license and considering how the last few years have been for 4Kids, it was probably for the best that the anime isn't with that company or with another third-party company anymore. My problem was just replacing the cast, which I don't think is the same issue of accepting that TPCI was in charge of dubbing the series. After being used to the voices for the characters for so many years, hearing them all with new ones was rather jarring and it made watching some episodes pretty uncomfortable. To be fair, I thought that most of them started to get better around DP when they stopped trying to imitate the original voices and developed their own voices for the characters. I still prefer the original cast, but the current cast has improved and is much more tolerable. If TPCI had been able to keep the original cast, then I wouldn't have had any problems with the licensing change back when it happened.