Yes, I’ve been following it in trade (just finished volume 4 a few days ago - which closes with the story that explains how DD made everyone forget his identity after the Waid run).
I’ve found it a bit hit and miss to be honest. Some bits have been very good, and I like Garney’s art a lot. The initial arc was fairly good, and some of the smaller arcs scattered throughout the run have been some of the best (like the story with Spidey, or the two-parter that involves Bullseye).
But some parts haven’t worked so well for me - I don’t think Blindspot really works as part of the book, and some bits have been needlessly ‘dark’ and overly gritty (the arc with the murderous artist just went too far for me).
Overall, I get the sense that Soule is trying to explore the many different facets of DD that different creators have played on over the years - so some of it is swashbuckling and light superheroics, some of it is dark and serious, some of it is legal drama, some of it is gritty crime/noir stuff, some of it is more fantastical and mystical etc. - which is fine. All of those aspects are part of the character, and it’s interesting to try and explore them all at once (a bit like Morrison’s Batman run).
But rather than reconciling all those elements into a whole, it feels like it explores them separately without really bringing them all together smoothly. So flitting between them, there’s a sense that the book doesn’t quite know what it is, somehow. It’s good, but patchy.