Hey guys, just thought I'd dip in and give my two cents about the new format:
I really do like the idea. I'm generally less a fan of rigidly structured media, but it's hard to strike a balance between that and anarchy, I know. This seems like it could be really cool. The only thing I would really have to suggest - and I know I'm not the first - is to really trust each person to host their own segment. I know that it's the first time, and it's human nature to want to take control (if you want a job done well, do it yourself right?), but it was a little jarring to hear "OK Andrea, it's your segment, take it away... oh, but first, here's something I was thinking of."
As well as that, I think this idea will only really work to its full potential if each segment discusses multiple things. Variety is the spice of life and all that. If you talk about Disney Infinity for the entire segment, that's fine, but you'll have covered so much in such detail that the next time you want to bring it up, you'll be running into similar territories of conversation, and run into danger of boring the listener in subsequent episodes.
One way to counteract the problem discussed in the first paragraph, I think, would be to have whoever is hosting the first segment to do the intro. That way there's a smooth, easily noticeable host for the first part; otherwise, it's Garnett-time and oh wait no he isn't the host for the first segment it's actually someone else.
Again, these are just my ideas. Keep going w/it! It makes an interesting change.