Great for most mainstream musical clips and ads. It adds u with the search for a virtual camera in the aesthetics of the all-digital era. Smart directors and DPs will obviously use it in the kind of stories that will require it. But it definitely isn't a neutral tool and the way it deshumanize and devitalize movement like many other tools (modern steadicams, drones etc.) is problematic. Especially since these tools are used even when not required because of the utopic and post-modern search for the cleanest and most perfect image possible.
No Film School is a great curator of digital cameras and filmmaking tutorials in order to know both the technical and storytelling aspects of making movies, but I'd love to see more debate and consideration / critical thought about the consequences of the new tools in the aesthetics. I guess it's more the field of study of universities and high-end reviews such as the Cahiers du cinema in France.
Side note : I love how GoPro ads are the same since the first one ("extreme" sports etc)