There's also a lot of people really enjoying NWN2, myself included. The Obsidian folks are all over the board addressing issues as best they can, which bodes well for future support of the game. It does have issues, notably inconsistent performance, so I'd give it a patch or two unless you have no patience. The other things people are complaining about (camera, UI, whatever) don't bother me in the slightest, but YMMV, and Obsidian says they're working on improving that stuff too. Stability wise, I haven't crashed once, nor hit any scripting bugs, though some have been reported.
I'm about 8 hours in (running around Neverwinter now) and the game is getting better and better. It eases you into combat, perhaps too slowly, but it's getting more tactical by the minute, which is great. I really missed the tactical nature of BG2 and IWD.
The NPCs are quite good, and I haven't enjoyed party NPC banter this much since BG2 (the insult 'contest' was awesome.) Early game voice acting is not as good as what I'm seeing at this point. A couple of recent encounters I'd even rate as excellent.
The story is interesting, and getting more complex all the time. There's some nifty side quests, and most are not fed-ex. The progression has a bit of an 'on-rails' feeling to it so far, but I hear it opens up a bit soon. On a first playthrough this is fine, but it may be a problem for replayability. I am looking forward to going through at least one more time as an evil bastard, since there seem to be lots of options for a fun evil playthrough in the dialog trees.
Oh, and I'm still in Act I so it appears the game is quite long. I haven't seen any posts anywhere from people who have finished yet, though many are playing steadily. I'm sure some have finished but the lack of such posts would indicate it's damn long.
Provided Obsidian finished the plot so the payoff is there I think it may be a winner, especially after they work some of the remaining kinks out. So far the OC kicks the snot out of NWN1's, but you have to give it a little time to get rolling.