What are you looking for in a TF comic then? I mean, it's got to go somewhere, it cannot stagnate and nor can it throw Pat Lee ideas at the wall again. I'm not trying to defend AHM per se, just temper your reaction with a little dose of reality. IDW has kept Transformers out of the kid-accessible range for a while now, they go with violence and adult themes even on stuff like Hearts of Steel, then they also write extremely simplified stories that fizzle out in an attempt to not write over the readers' heads. AHM at least tried to be adult about a mature theme. Did IDW screw up the new canon timelines with it? Absolutely. Is it just a comic book? Yup. Is it something we haven't seen tackled lately in TF? Sure.
There have been four times total I've considered dropping Transformers comics: the first Dreamwave series (hated the awful writing and nonexistent character knowledge--Grimlock would never go 'Con), the Dreamwave ongoing (at which I did drop everything but The War Within series), All Hail Megatron (where I decided to give the new ongoing one collected volume to redeem this mess), and the new ongoing (which I decided to drop after reading the godawful first volume that showed characterization that would make Pat Lee proud).
I plan to get The Last Stand of the Wreckers, since it seems pretty universally well-accepted, but, otherwise, I think I'm done for a while. AHM was too nihilistic and depressing, not to mention amateurish and it simply didn't fit in with the previous continuity. Love or hate the series that preceded it, the jump into AHM was sort of like immediately continuing the 1960s Batman series with The Dark Knight Returns. Except DKR was good.