I know this opinion doesn't really jive with a lot of what I'm reading here, but I have been, and still am immensely enjoying the past 5-10 chapters, Oda seems like he's genuinely excited for what he's drawing, unlike the last stretch of Onigashima, where you can easily tell that all he could care about is G5 and the rest is basically homework he has to deliver.
In this chapter, Luffy's dream for the future may not have been told explicitly to us*, but it is almost assuredly better than the OP world's current state, where entire countries are now getting wiped off from history in service of whatever dream or vision Im has for the world. It's interesting to me how one immediately follows the other, this has been a trend in the past few chapters, where certain scenes of Luffy are placed right before some of the darker or more off-beat characters in the world to compare and contrast how much they differ even when they are in similar positions.
Jewelry Bonney arrives at the perfect moment imo, Oda is rebuilding his story engine (since the Yonko saga is pretty much what drove the majority of post-skip OP, and it's.. done now), and given her Kuma connections plus being one of the more appealing Supernovas to me (I just can't bring myself to care about Urouge tbh, maybe Oda will change my mind like he did with Bege tho?).
- While I like the dream scene, I personally think it would be far better appreciated by physical readers, since the unseen moment where he talks about his dream is placed between two pages, essentially on the page flip, this is less than a millisecond for us digital readers, so the impact is just far less by definition, the anime will probably do better as well because of editing).