The latest two series I focused my attention on were Witchblade, which is skimpy clothing with a side of demonic transformation and ass kickery. And also Aquarion, which in my honest opinion, is a giant sex robot, but I'll get to that later.
Witchblade: Despite the overly busty three quarter naked women, the plot isn't that bad. Single mother trying to raiser her daughter by fighting rogue robotic monsters for the corporation that created them. Eh, works for me. The ending leaves something to be desired however (anyone who's seen and enjoyed the series will probably concur).
It's probably worth looking into, but it's not to everyone's taste I imagine. It's along the lines of Bubblegum Crisis only with less mobile armour and more demonic transformation.
Aquarion: I'm not entirely sure how to describe it. The trailer looks super fantastic awesome. But under the surface of the series, it's not really anything more than a modernised Lion Force Voltron, only with the added benefit of being far better than the actual moderinsed Lion Force Voltron.
Short of some actual character development (which IIRC, Voltron lacked, but I was like five at the time, I doubt I could have recognised character development if it slapped me on the face) it comes off pretty much the same.
As I mentioned earlier. It's pretty much a sex robot. Unlike Voltron, when everyone merged they'd all be like "Yay! Go Voltron! *Smash doom etc*". Every protagonist involved in the "merge" seemed to be having an orgasm. Every single time they "merged" (so twice an episode) all the women were like "It's so good!" and all the guys were like "Yargh!" This was probably the single most creepiest thing about any anime I've ever watched...
Obvious problems with the giant robot aside and ignoring the fairly repetitive Voltron-like story line. It's not that bad. There's some real character development going on there and the ending doesn't leave much to be desired, it pretty much wraps itself up with the less questions asked the better.
And now I leave you with a song: