I was in the camp that disagreed with the filibuster change because changing it sounds good when your party is in power, but not so much when it’s not. I didn’t want the instability of going one way and then another as a society every two to six years. Many new laws need time to determine if they are effective.
But I changed my mind. Political parties should be judged on the laws they propose and the laws they enact. If they propose bad laws, their members should not be elected. If they don’t enact the new laws they promised, their members should be removed from office.