Not to mention the worst "science" ever seen in a Trek project, and a total rejection of Starfeelt as a meritocracy in favor of dumb force-of-personality moments and a series of absurdly contrived coincidences.
I wasn't a fan of that film, and I don't expect to like this one.
But hey, I'm a special case: I'm one of the original viewers who was there from the very first broadcast in 1966. One of the folks who wrote letters to NBC to save the show in 1968. I attended some of the first conventions. I actually saw ST:The Motion(less) Picture twice the week it opened. You're dealing with a Trekker who faithfully watched all the follow-up films and series (except for some of DS9, and that was mostly because it coincided with my kids' infancy and I couldn't focus.) To have been a major Trek guy since 1966, only to have that entire timeline rendered "invalid" by the 2009 film... well, it's pretty galling!