I voted "no", simply because I think the last choice of "wait and see" is too wishy-washy.
Wayne has some skills. Mth123 did a good job outlining those.
I'm not so sure that Wayne is a good fit for the Reds now. There's still time in this offseason, but Wayne has an owner that's been screaming for 2.5 years to put a winner on the field, and he seems more content to build for the future.
The Hamilton-Volquez trade might ultimately be a winner for the Reds. However, I think it hurts our chances for 2008 more than it helps. Maybe in 2009, it helps more. My point is that Josh is much more likely to have a positive impact than Volquez. Volquez is still a work in progress. Josh is producing (despite a possible weakness vs LH pitching). Again, I am not saying that Volquez is garbage. The Reds might ultimately win that deal, but it is not a deal that helps the Reds win next year.
I think Wayne has a problem by giving out long term contracts to people that don't deserve it. Castro, Freel, Stanton, Gonzo. It's true that he's given out some good extensions as well.. Dunn, Harang, and I consider Arroyo a good one (even though it was controversal).
He seems to be horrible at getting help at the trading deadline when the team needs it.
He's a step up from DanO, but I really question if we're ever going to win a division title under his watch. Frankly, I'm a bit concerned about 2009 as well, since Hamilton is now gone and Jr/Dunn are on their last contract year. Bruce can't fill the entire OF by himself.
But Wayne does have time to work on that. I know a lot of posters shrug off the 2009 OF situation, but it's a big potential problem, even if Dunn resigns.