Yes, I saw it yesterday at our local cheapie theater, which nevertheless had a good, clean print, and a quiet, appreciative audience.
I am a MAJOR Star Trek fan. How "major" a fan, you ask?
Well, here are a couple of photos taken in my home...Almost all of the books visible in this image are STAR TREK novels.
So, I guess I'm one of the more proud STAR TREK fans on this site. Anyway, I saw the film yesterday (Sorry, Darryl, I love you, but I HAD NO CHOICE! I had to go!!!) and I went in with an open mind. I was surprised at how good the film was. True, it's NOT "Your Father's STAR TREK." But, like BATMAN BEGINS, I found it to be a fairly worthy re-telling of what has become an American Legend. The acting was top-notch. Everybody realized their character wonderfully, and Leonard Nimoy as Spock was AT HIS BEST! The writing was quite good, effectively touching on many familiar, "canon" elements of the Legend while sometimes freshening them up a bit.
I won't spoil it here. I'll just say that while it was certainly a... different
... vision of STAR TREK, it was quite good, worthwhile, and I'll see it again, not to mention gladly adding it to my STAR TREK DVD library.