BFG 2009 was pretty damn awful - aside from Foley/Abyss, AJ/Sting and Morgan/Angle it was utter garbage. Morgan vs Angle dissapointed me in that Morgan didn't go over. He was hot as hell at the time and they missed a good chance to give him the ball.
Turning Point 2009 was much the same. The entire undercard stank but it was saved by Angle/Wolfe and AJ/Joe/Daniels. People really overrate this PPV and that entire 3-month period because of the main-event scene.
Final Resolution 2009, again, poor. MCMG/British Invasion was a good match, but as usual the rest of the undercard was bad. Wolfe/Angle and AJ/Daniels made it passable, as did the fact that there was only one Knockouts match instead of the two that they used to have each month.
The scary thing is that they were three of the better shows from 2009.
Completetely disagreed. Bound for Glory 2009 was a major disappointment, yes, but not awful. An awful show was Against All Odds 2009 or Destination X from the same year. BFG still had Ultimate X, Full Metal Mayhem, Angle/Morgan was good, and the main event was decent until it ended out of nowhere. As disappointed as I was with Joe/Lashley and Abyss/Foley, I wouldn't call either "awful."
Turning Point is definitely over-rated, but still a very good ppv. Red/Homicide is a good opener, British Invasion/Beer Money/MCMG is solid, the six-man was passable, Lashley/Steiner was fun, and then you had two great main events. So a night of good matches followed by two great ones.
Final Resolution is like a bigger, badder sequel that isn't quite as good. Lashley/Steiner, Angle/Wolfe, and Styles/Daniels all fall short of their predecessors, but the overall card is still solid.