Honestly, no one's going to actually read this, but:
I don't have a problem with DLC. What I do have an issue with is the cost vs. value range for DLC.
I don't want "on disk 'dlc'", and that's probably a pretty reasonable statement all around.
For those saying they don't want weapon/item packs? Honestly, I'd be fine with those if there was a decent value for the cost. If we're talking about a $7 DLC that contains two or four guns? Yeah, that's a no. If we're talking about something like Gun Runner's Arsenal, which was, what? 20 weapons + Upgrades + new Ammo types for $3 - $4? That I can get behind. Again, it's an item/cost ratio. If it's four or five weapons for $1, I'd actually be tempted at that range. Make of that what you will, but anyway, moving on.
We'd probably be better served if time was spent putting together new areas and new quests and aiming for the New Vegas/Fallout 3 style $10 model. But, anyway, this is a ways out there.
I think it might be important to remember, the critical thing with DLC is it's a separate purchase, and it needs to be worth it, while at the same time not feel like it's a mandatory purchase.