Since my 4E campaign died (after wanting to change the game format to more episodic play than a continuous story format), many of the players were not interested and left. I looked for replacement players, but didn't have any luck, so I just abandoned the whole thing. That was 4 months ago and I haven't ran a game since.
When I was running the 4E game, I used to visit WoTC's website alot, but I haven't visited it for months. I've had my gripes with the ever-changing scope of their rules and errata, and I decided to play something with a different ruleset that is more stable and more old-school.
I went to WoTC's site the other day just out of curiosity and found that there was a new podcast. Lo and behold, the subject was about even further changes to classes, specifically the Cleric. Ugh. Can't these people just stop pissing around with their fucking game rules already?!? Give it a rest! How is anybody, especially a new player to the game, supposed to grok anything if the D&D developers and designers keep changing the rules every 15 minutes? I didn't even listen to the full podcast and turned it off in disgust. Now I know why I ditched 4E and went to Castles & Crusades.
Don't get me wrong. I like aspects of the 4E game and I wouldn't mind playing in a 4E game. But at this point the rules have changed so much and unless you have a DDI account (which I don't and have no plans to ever get one), I would be hard-pressed to make a character that would be considered "legal". It seems to me that WoTC does more to alienate their customers (or potential customers), with their schizophrenic marketing and merchandising skills.