Jesus, I'm feeling out of place with my single viewpoint character for the entirety of Street book one, later branching out into a staggering 3 . . .
As a reader I don't appreciate too many viewpoints. It gets very messy very quickly, not to mention hard to follow. I had a devil of a time getting into A Game of Thrones for that exact reason, although I still love the series despite this unfortunate saturation. I didn't appreciate having even MORE POVs added later on, either, especially uninteresting and unimportant ones like Hotah and the dull Kingsguard knight whose name I can't even remember.
My older work tended towards a lot of viewpoints as well as lots of shifts between them, a bad habit, trying to cram in too many things when all I needed to do to get the same volume of work at a much higher level of quality was to spend more time on the truly important characters.
So yeah, in general I prefer more focused stories that really develop a few characters rather than volley-firing loads of different ones that never get enough screen time to be interesting. Many POVs really slow down the pace of a story, getting absolutely glacial after about 5 or 6, and I for one don't want to be writing the same damned thing five years down the line.