I love Skyfall, watching it on Bluray tonight was as great as when I first saw it in theaters. But a realization came over me during the film: I miss the high tech Bond films. Now I know you're probably thinking Skyfall is just the same as the others; it's true technology is present, and used to great effect (especially by Q).
However, I mean it more in the general vibe of the films. Not just Skyfall though, but all of Craig's films have felt decidedly old fashioned. I will cut Skyfall some slack because that was the whole point of Bond leading Silva to the Lodge...
There's a lot of trappings from the Brosnan films that I'm really starting to miss. I love seeing Bond meet with superiors in rooms filled with computers as they track suspects (Goldeneye). Or having Bond be supplied with some of the latest high tech gadgetry (sure the invisible car was over the top, but the majority of Bond's gadgets in TND were really cool, and functional). And you know what? I actually miss the baddie stealing some kind of weapon and threatening the world with it.
Now before anyone jumps in, I'm not suggesting we turn the Craig films into the Brosnan films, I still firmly believe Craig can (and should) do his own thing. However I'd love it if his Bond started to inhabit a more high tech world of espionage.