[Disclaimer: I only re-started reading 2000 AD at prog 2011, so I'm not familiar with any of the continuing strips]
Cover: Excellent. Cliff Robinson is an artist I wasn't sold on when he started out, but these days his work is pure class.
Dredd: Damn, looks like John Wagner has just written 2000 AD's best ever Future Shock. He is the King.
Brink: Perfect. Wonderful contrast between the opening two pages and the final three. Great scene-setter. Bleakly shocking final page.
Future Shock: Hmm. A nice idea that needed some refinement to really make sense. Unfortunate to be placed in a prog that contained two stories with far more 'shocking' final pages (see above)
Scarlet Traces: As mentioned already, exposition-heavy. Not really enthralled. Still, the concept as outlined in the Nerve Centre page seems promising, so let's see.
Cursed: Liked what I saw in prog 2000 so glad to see this continuing in the same vein. I find it genuinely disturbing that everything is this world will eventually be reduced to the endless fields of scattered bones seen at the end of Judge Death Lives. I guess the whole 'Deadworld' series will end with the last citizen being executed by Death, as immortalised in the Judge Death Lives statue?