Dalek was absolutely great - up until the very end. I looked hard but didn't see the shark until it was well and truly jumped. The story up until then had been wonderful. Chilling, absolutely suspension-of-disbelief worthy and it made my kid (who had laughed out loud in public when I had described the terrifying Dalek a couple of years before) shin up and over the back of the sofa. The best part was when she moaned in real terror: "Oh no, it can fly!"
The ending sucked balls though.
What happened afterward was predictable and an object lesson in "more is less". CGI ranks of Dalek hordes flying toward the screen in underwhelming waves of "meh". The possible exception to this was the Dalek Looney Bin, though it was a tad far fetched even in Dr Who terms. I liked the fact that the clues were there for a viewer to figure out rather than the answer being the result of some blither recited on the last but one page of the script to Make It All Didn't Happen.
The Cyberman reboot was sheer brilliance. The story was better than average Who and the costume one of the best SF monsters I've ever seen on any sized screen.
Blink was a very well plotted adventure, and for once the time travel theme was not used as a way of excusing blither for plot. I'll not argue the reviewer putting it at the head of the list.
Ecclestone was the best reboot doctor to date. Shouty Doctor and Wet Doctor won't be missed much, but Ecclestone left an absence that was felt strongly.
All in my opinion, of course, which shouldn't need saying but always does.