First there were the automatic bans which they claimed were manual, then repealed a bunch of them.
Are you referring to the bans from release where players were incorrectly banned? It surfaced that players were actually legit loading up destiny with various cheat engines active. People were complaining it was overlays and shit, but none of that was true. There was I believe 2 auto bans that ended up being overturned.
That aside, I understand getting burned out. The new DLC does leave some to be desired, but Bungie has owned up with their recent blog post about 2 weeks ago about the master work updates, and January updates. They do seem like they want to fix what’s inherently wrong about it. It’s also understandable that the new DLC didn’t come with these fixes in place because well… I imagine the new DLC was basically done and ready for at least a few weeks prior to launch. So their announcement about various changes, economy updates and so forth, just didn’t give nearly enough time to get it into the first DLC. That aside, many of these QOL updates and changes will be made free to everyone. They’ve also acknowledged they screwed up and are changing (or have changed) the content lockout for most of it.
That all said and done, taking a break from Destiny is not a bad thing. When the next DLC or major update drops, it’ll be worth keeping an eye on. No excuse for Bungie on this as they ran into similar situation back in Destiny and Y1. Took a couple updates to truly make some much needed changes. Shouldn’t have needed to do the same in D2, but I’m certain we’ll see a revamp of sorts in the coming months that really overhauls a lot of the issues.