I'm not surprised.
A lot of breaks and the story is moving at snails pace.
Another thing is that I feel like oda has become over-reliant on telling his stories through flashback and back stories, instead of just letting the story tell itself and play out naturally in the present timeline.
Oh why did this character not die? flashback
Why did this happen? flashback
how is this new character related to this new character? flashback
How did we get to this point? flashback
(CTRL C + CTRL V) Rinse and Repeat
Over reliant on flashbacks, backstories etc, oda is leaving little to get excited about in the chapter to chapter moments of the present and immediate story telling. Much fewer pleasant surprises and smarter storytelling where readers go: aha! it all clicks! Now its become: why did this happen? Answer: wait for the next flashback (after 1 break) to find out!
One Piece use to be more adventure focused too, and was filled with engaging mysteries, every chapter was filled with adventure and wonder. Post time skip has become more of a slog and a chore, a grind, like every arc is about climbing a mountain that wasn't worth the extra effort, like a Gacha game or JRPG. Ever since meeting Law in the New world and his alliance with Luffy to take down kaido, it just feels like this one big assignment, with neverending tasks to complete and tick off.
Another thing im annoyed about are the constant unresolved plot points, so much effort and time spent on these things, and we never see it to the end. Either they get forgotten or they are introduced a long time after when interest diminishes, and sometimes the surprise just wasn't worth the wait.
Did the Revolutionaries survive Blackbeard and the Admirals? Oda: can't tell yet, wait and find out. How did they escape, what happened? Oda: can't say. Will we ever know? Oda: LOL, no. Rinse and repeat.
All this constant cock teasing and foreplay and then it just suddenly stops, never to finish or resume again. Such a disappointing and shitty feeling.