Exactly. Hickman's The Ultimates and Bendis' USM are both very strong (at least right now, early on). Hawkeye isn't really interesting, and the story serves better as a side story to the events in Hickman's Ultimates than it does on its own. Ultimate X-Men is only one issue in, but it shows promise, especially since its a drastically different X-Men book than any of the 616 versions (its feels very much like a set-up for a Days of Future Past type dystopian future).Hickman's THE ULTIMATES #2 is one of the best comics I've read all year. Bendis' ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN #2 was similarly great (as well as the scene between Miles and his uncle in Issue 1). Spencer's ULTIMATE X-MEN hooked me from the start; only Hickman's Hawkeye mini seems to be the weak link so far, though I really only disliked its second issue. ULTIMATE FALLOUT didn't do much of anything for me, but I think most of the new post-relaunch books are proving to be pretty good so far. Give it more time, though; ask again after each first arc is through.