The one/two headed shots are very nice, with the rippling water in the background; much better than a few flickering fake monitors, or fake birds flying past.
However, the wider shot doesn't look right as it's not a panoramic view that connects together across the screens.
Definitely an improvement from what was shown before, but I hope they change the views to be more realistic, with less 'stylised' colours.
GMB's view of the Thames looks more professional, but then again, they have a proper studio.
I think perhaps it would have more effect if they had changed the 'title sequence', music, Reithed the graphics/logo and background screens all at the same time.
This 'drip, drip' effect is somewhat pointless. Either change a programme's on screen presence or don't bother at all.
BBC Breakfast is long overdue for a revamp, but everything just seems like a whimpering small change that only us pres geeks would notice. To the general public, nothing has changed for nearly a decade.