I was reading that this morning too, doesn't sound too bad. It is always tough to read much from this stuff so far out, but I know I'll be seeing it next year as well. Although I think I liked the first movie better, I didn't hate the second one either. It was maybe a little on the long side, and has its problems (like many summer movies), but I still thought it was fun. It is funny how anymore it seems like these directors just want to do "their trilogy" and then get out. You're seeing it with Nolan's Batman, it ended up that way with Raimi's Spidey, and now possibly Transformers (as well as X-Men, although it changed directors). It seems like we get a Trilogy, then a reboot.