That’s totally fine if you don’t find the dub appealing. In fact I’m glad Toei USA is offering an option to watch the subs first. And that’s coming from me who liked the dubs despite their problems (tri at least knew to be faithful at times because of the target audience being older teens and adults than children). Though I think the subs will use dub terminology for those that grew up with the dub than the original ones we hear in the Japanese dialogue.For me personally, I'm only interested in watching Kizuna in theaters BECAUSE it is subtitled. I know I'm probably in the minority there though. I'm fine with dub terminology and everything, but the dubs themselves do not appeal to me.
As long as it's not like X-Evolution CGI bad we're fine. Every Digimon series has used CGI, some better than others, but traditional style is the best way to go. it's just a much more aesthetically pleasing medium than CGI.I think I actually grew worried even more about Digimon's anime season. I have seen the most current children's anime TV shows and they relied on so much CGs everywhere. I pray for this to succeed somehow.