Agree with comments above.
Casino Royale felt refreshing at the time. Even hoped it might be a springboard for a more authentic-to-Fleming direction. Unfortunately Quantum of Boredom disappointed as too generic an action thriller (to date the only Bond film I nearly fell asleep watching for the first time!). Skyfall was an improvement but Spectre wasted its opportunity with an anticlimactic Blofeld return.
Craig can portrays a certain lethal quality well enough but is more suited to playing a Bond villain's henchman than the suave, sophisticated secret agent that is Bond. Can't envision any new Bond movie matching the earlier films' quality.
Instead of yet more movies, I'd favour a big budget television series to come along and re-adapt the old Fleming stories, remaking them but keeping as close to the originals as possible, difficult and expensive though that might be. Instead of updating, it would depend on recreating the original Bond characters' period and styles in new and exciting ways and - crucially - in all their un-pc glory too!