Edit october 2014: Well... I can see from my stats that this is still a popular post to land on these days.
I think we can conclude that, the migration last year August must have been extremely ambitious, which in itself doesn't have to be a bad thing, and like with all projects that involve innovative new ideas, quantum leaps, and trillions of lines of code, things might go wrong and get delayed, lot's of lessons learned, etc etc. Been there myself a few times...
In the meanwhile I've been too busy doing my own shit to keep track of what is happening there in detail. But from what I have seen, things have definitely improved, and future plans seem exciting. I have also heard a lot of negative things about it, which I suppose is inevitable considering such a big change. Granted, the transition wasn't smooth, but then again, this is no mega-cooperation. So I wanna try stay out of that.
But it seems to be a busy place now, so I presume all is fine. Although I'm expanding my outreach to DA, I definitely still post stuff there every now and then. The store works very well, and most importantly, my fans can get hold of my comics. Also, their vigilant, zero-tolerance, anti-piracy policy is still very attractive for me.
The change in TOS during the migration seems to have made several artists very happy, and several others unhappy. Much of this new art is flourishing there now; not entirely my cup of tea, but Renderotica does provide a liberal platform for freedom of erotic expression, something that should actually be a good thing, although it sometimes does get a little disturbing to say the least. But we are all free to choose to go and see, or not to see, and the recently installed preference filters should help you out if you don't want to see certain types of 3D images. Be warned though, some artists forget to adjust their filters properly, and occasionally some stuff slips through.
In short, Renderotica seems back on track, still a few things to be done, and I know that the management is still working around the clock to make the site perfect.