I for my part am pretty happy with that. If lines get too long it makes reading hard for me, so when I read Wikipedia on a 22" screen I commonly resize the window using Half-Screen-Snapping.
I am currently using Feedly and, after initial annoyance by the forced switch I find it quite good. The mobile app is indeed a little improvement over the Google Reader App.
I just hope that they hold true to the promise, or rather rumor, that they will implement OPML export, once the Google-Reader-transition is done.
By the way, I too prefer the inbox style approach. I explicitly do not want to mix different sources. Webcomics I want to read in chronological order and only once a few posts of the same comic have accumulated. News sites I prefer reading "newest first", especially newspaper feeds that post too many articles to keep up with anyway.
I agree though that the inbox style can be problematic. I unsubscribed from MobileGeeks.de and other tech news sites in favor of smaller blogs, because I ended up reading several hours a day tech news at some point. I prefer a small tech blog to do the selecting over the social media approach though.