I don't think it would bother people as much if they just stopped comparing both companies. A lot of stuff you see on RAW production wise, are Eric Bischoff ideas. When Bischoff was running ship in WCW, the production value was the first thing that made Vince feel like they were going to be a threat, and he began to apply those into his show. Bischoff polished TNA from the awkward production it had before, but there's also PLENTY of room for improvement, and all of that falls on money. WWE's production budget is about 20 times larger than TNA's, so it's no question why it looks bad to others.
My problem isn't too much on the camera angles. I think it makes them look different than any other wrestling show. What bothers me, are things like Tito's debut for example; that was bad. The execution would have been much better if the production had been done well. Another problem is the editing done for the second tapings. I understand they tape some backstage segments that don't even air live, but playing them with no crowd reaction and jumping to another one just looks odd.