I think you're too quick to judge as I am being too patient to let this play out. Think of this whole HHH COO angle like when McMahon was on television during the Attitude Era. McMahon was the focal point throughout the entire angle. He ran the show. He took the wins and the upper-hand. But at the end, it was his opposition that shined (e.g. Autin, Rock, Foley). The main difference, and possibly a big difference depending on your perspective, is that McMahon was a heel and HHH is a face. Since this is perhaps a donning of a new era, it was important that the front-man was indeed a face, but I wouldn't be surprised if HHH took on a heel role later on down the line, even maybe before this year ends. Where I'm getting to at is that all of this "HHH is taking too much of the spotlight" argument is being presented without looking at the full picture. Of course HHH is going to be the focal point of the main angle. He just took control of the company! If he just spent time sitting in the back and having no acknowledgement after becoming COO, there was no point in getting rid of McMahon as Chairman other than to prevent Cena from being fired. He's at the front of paving the new path for WWE's new direction. People have to realize that. He's replacing McMahon as the guy to get over and become a star. Whether that happens to worthy wrestlers or bombs will be left answered in the future.
First of all man, I sincerely hope that you are right, as I really want this angle to succeed. Secondly, I do think it's a nice parallel between Triple H and McMahon, and I acknowledge that the possibilities are endless.
I actually enjoy Triple H's presence on RAW. I don't think it is a bad thing, and I might be one of the people that hasn't been bothered by any of his 'opening promos' yet. Whenever he comes out, stuff usually goes down.
My problem (or fear) is that there is no long term goal here, much like essentially every huge angle the WWE has tried to play off. If the goal was to get Punk over, it definitely worked, but it was also tarnished at the end. At the moment, the WWE title feels as though it is second to this giant 'conspiracy' angle, and yet again, if that is to get Miz/Truth over, then I'm stoked, but seeing what happened to Punk, I have reason to doubt it. I don't care about Triple H's involvement, as long as he is actually pushing something forward.
If Triple H got involved with Punk, and turned heel, or made Punk look better in some way shape or form, I'd be all for it. But at the moment, Triple H fished for a lot of cheers by being special referee, and then laid out Nash in his match with Punk, and won. That didn't really do anything for anyone except him. I'm just afraid that the pattern will continue, that is all. And I wish I could be patient as well, but considering how erratic WWE's booking is, I find it nearly impossible for them to actually finish a planned storyline. Del Rio was supposed to stay champ, and yet, had the belt taken off of him because of a ratings scare. If that didn't stay as planned, how do you expect a (so far) 3 1/2 month storyline to? Especially with half of the things being useless clues (Stephanie's constant visits to dressing rooms have been unanswered).