The new format has way too much useless information and is very difficult to navigate compared to the old one. Nobody cares about the dozens of Best Answers they voted for between their own questions and answers. That is, if they were lucky enough to find a way to vote at all. The "In Voting" section is a hodgepodge of open, in voting and resolved questions. What's up with that? More important to a YA user is the status of their own questions and answers. Simply having that information in an easy to find, centralized location must have made too much sense! Finding what you want to know is like looking for a needle in a haystack. For example, I answered a question then voted for several (ok, lots) of Best Answers. Then I went back after a few days and could not even find the answer I submitted to check the status. I actually had to use my browser history because it had been purged from the activity log on YA. It was frustrating!
FYI: The old version is still available, temporarily at least, outside the US at: "ca.answers.yahoo.com" or any of the English language sites such as UK or Australia. There are a few others as well. If you choose to regress, don't forget to clear cookies from your browser first. Of course, you will need to log back in as well.
Change can be good if it's a positive change, but this one (like the email fiasco) has been a dismal failure. Sorry for the rant.
*Oops, sorry I misread your question. I vote YES!