No, I don't have an opinion on any of the stuff released so far because I haven't read any of it, nor do I intend to unless specifically ordered upon re-issuance of security clearance with requisite 'Need To Know".
"Why?" might you ask. Because it was classified information. In the United States, it is a crime to be unlawfully in possession of classified material. The common defense of "Well, it was all publicly available information anyway" doesn't hold water in the face of that. Which is why the classification control officers at LLNL are tearing their hair out as people say things like "Should I look at it here on secure networks, or should I wait until I go home to look at it?" The correct answer is, "Neither. As the possessor of a security clearance, you should not be knowingly seeking out classified materials, regardless of the venue in which they are presented."
Now, why would this stop me, considering I don't have a security clearance? Answer: because I might want to have a clearance again someday and this might be career limiting.
Also, current and former clearance holders are also known as Informed Individuals. Because we have been privy to restricted information, we have the ability to confirm and debunk any or all of this information. Of course, the act of doing this is also a security violation. It is a Schroedinger's Cat problem where all of this is a disclosure, but it's not an actual crime until someone confirms that it's a disclosure of classified information, which is an crime too.
Even if we don't give a yea/nay on any given bit of information in the Wikileaks documents, the things we go look for as we inspect what has been revealed is informative in and of itself. That's why people at the Lab want to go look at things, to research what has been divulged. But the act of the search itself may constitute classified information. Is your brain hurting yet?
I'm not going to address declarations that none of this should be classified or that "information should be free". I can only address my personal desire to not go to jail. Anyone who has ever held a security clearance before should consider this before going to peek.