I enjoy it a great deal. The incredibly slow pace is a natural side effect of creating a forum dedicated to bespoke tailoring. There just that many people that are interested and even fewer who are interested in sharing their experiences on the internet. It's purpose isn't to make money so there is no incentive to have any activity other than that which fosters the purpose of the forum. So the pace is slower.
As for criticism, it is true that members are less likely to critique one another's clothing than on this forum. I think that is because (1) Michael Alden has created a forum where members are expected to respectful of one another, (2) the overall experience level at LL is much, much greater than here so you don't have a few single individuals feigning experience and being thought of as having more expertise and (3) once a certain comfort level is achieved with bespoke tailoring, "good vs bad" is a silly distinction that isn't really made by anyone other than the bespeaker.
That being said, I think there is a great deal of criticism in the sense of discussing different styles and techniques, often in a way that respectfully challenges viewpoints and assumptions.
Dressing up isn't a videogame, you pull it off or you don't and every outfit brings back the same question.