Clearly there is work to be done on CS:GO. Here's a couple of vids from long time CS 1.6 pro Jimmy Whis who talks the most sense on the subject that I have come across. Posting it here with the intention of adding his updates to this article. Alot of us are ex CS players and we want CS:GO to be the best it can be - so lets get involved in feeding back our thoughts, in our usual positive, Playstuff manner.
and a follow up with a constructive project idea
Interesting stuff. Post vids you find by CS 1.6 and CS: S Pro's and lets inform ourselves on this. I want CS:GO to be a huge sucess - so if we can all inform ourselves better, play the beta, and feedback to Valve/HiddenPath @CSGO_dev then I think we'd be playing a small but valuable part in the shaping of the game to a state that can have us all hooked again on Counter Strike. The only FPS I've ever played that felt like I could never practise enough! High skill ceilings are sadly lacking in current FPS games - and this is our chance to claw back the very thing that drew us to spending hundreds or thousands of hours playing Counter Strike - whether that be Source or 1.6.