I agree about Wolf, and it really bums me out to admit that. I find the album to be lacking, despite being awesome. Soundwise it feels like a lateral move; there is nothing about the album that makes it feel like a progression lyrically, or even in terms of production.
That doesn't mean it's not a great record, but I've been waiting for this album for a long time, and it's not the game changer I expected. Tyler has a ways to go before he can be compared to Rza (or Gza, as one reviewer suggests, which is absolutely ludicrous).
No hate for OF though. This is a great album. It just isn't a masterpiece of any kind, and Bastard owns it.