I do think one thing the attitude era had going for it was the fact that the wrestlers actually made use of EVERYTHING during stipulation matches! I think there's a lack of big bumps these days (like throwing someone through hell in a cell walls, not just off it) and it definitely hurts the match. Hell in a cell over the past few years have basically been No Dq (with steps and chairs) single matches, surrounded by a cell that someone MIGHT be thrown into. It doesn't have that death defying feel to it anymore. That's the edge i want to see more of.
TLC needs mayhem. No obvious spots where someone wins and you may see one person jump off a ladder, and one go through a table. Carnage makes the match type, and this goes for MITB. Several table spots in a mitb always seem to make it THAT much better imo. I know they don't want kids imitating it, but they never had this problem when they were PG back in the day, so i don't see the problem.
What im getting at is TLC matches are essentially ladder matches, which are only really used to climb. Every match type these days almost feels like a normal match.