I think the right decision was made. The Fort have been on the bottom for a while. For me, I appreciate their production values and the clarity of the concepts they produce, but I just don't find them funny. I actually found them pretty juvenile and crude, which I know they owned up to in the first episode, but it's just not for me. Totally Laime seems to have gone from fan favorite to intense backlash, which is unfortunate. It's not my favorite but I don't get the level of fiery hatred on here.
I wish the judges would decide more definitively if the contestants are going to be judged based on their body of work or the individual challenges. "Well, this isn't really what they do," doesn't seem a good excuse to me in a competition. They knew what they signed up for and they knew they'd be pushed outside of their comfort zones. It's the nature of the challenge. When someone is kicked off of Project Runway because her dress made out of corn looks like shit, it doesn't mean she's a bad designer, she just failed on some level at this specific competition. It's just my opinion, but I think there's too much apologizing on the part of the judges when they have to tell someone they're in the bottom 3. They knew what they were getting into, and rising to the challenge is the whole point. I also think that you should announce a top 3 and a winner for each challenge.
Overall, though, I'm really enjoying the show and the challenges. I think there's much to be learned for those who do comedy and the guest judges have been great.