Okay, I will update this when the story gets into NEW content, whenever that will be. For now, however, I will simply give it a 5/6, because it's nothing but a recap of Boruto: Naruto the Movie, currently.
NEW REVIEW DETAILS BELOW (SPOILERS FOR AFTER THE CHUNIN EXAMS):
So, the series has come a long way since the start. The art is better, the story is great, and fans wait each month for it.
The story now focuses on Ninja Tech, with the villains utilizing it in various ways. While this may sound blasphemous to the original Naruto, that is the point. It has basically become
Past VS Future, with the shinobi of "old" stuck in their ways of ninjutsu, and the Akatsuki of the story, "Kara," using the tech which has been fused into their bodies. Many old characters return, some in good ways, and others in ways you would not imagine. The story is somewhat predictable, but also has an element of surprise that will keep you hanging on for another month, waiting to see what happens next. It is like that of social media. You don't want to miss anything, so you keep coming back for more, and more, and more, resulting in you being invested in it without noticing.
Mikio Ikemoto received backlash for his art at the beginning of the serialization, ranging from Sarada's... Uh... Sarada's outfit, to Snapesuke, to characters just looking as if they had been stung by bees before the manga began. Over the past few years, however, the manga has had a gradual shift in style, slowly coming to resemble Kishimoto's own artwork. It is easier on the eyes, and after a while, you won't even seem to notice it.
The characters have undergone growth since the Chunin Exams at the start, some in noticeable ways. Take Boruto, the titular character himself. He has come to understand his father, and now trains with him from time-to-time. He has matured slightly, stopping to think things through, before doing something rash. Sasuke has also grown closer to Sarada, and the two occasionally train and have dinner with Sakura, whenever he is home. Seeing the old generation mature, and grow alongside the newer generation is heartwarming, especially to old fans of Naruto.
As stated before, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations has come a long way since the start, with each chapter released feeling like that of an appetizer, the time-skip being the main course. You keep devouring chapter after chapter, with each plate only making you more and more hungry as time goes on. Kodachi/Kishimoto continue to drop small hints, and teases, relating to things in the future, though not outright saying so (like the multiple instances where you think Boruto will lose his eye, only for something to intervene). I think the series will continue to grow even better, especially with the release of Ch. 35.
B:NNG is a great continuation of the original series, despite the nostalgia-drowned comments from toxic OG Naruto fans, stating otherwise. If you enjoyed Naruto, and don't want the universe's story to end, check it out. You will not be disappointed.