The auction for JS ends in about a day, and if someone buys it and puts-up a site anything like the old JS -- I'm there.
While I'm enjoying the use of a standard tool that plays nicely with all the blogging tools out there, the lack of the social networking features are killing me.
I can't easily click on the list of viewers who have visited and go see their sites.
When I visit a blog, I have to leave a comment so the blogs that I visit know I read and care, instead of having the knowledge that they will see that I've visited in their statistics. I'm not good at quick comments, and it's slowing-down my blog reading something fierce. It would be faster if I just posted a reading list here. Hmmm, maybe I'll do that.
And finally, the inability to PM people. I didn't use it much, but when I did, it was a very nice way to communicate more openly and deeply within the JS community.