For me, much the same conclusion. I've been somewhat aware of the strike, but the strikers haven't articulated a clear enough platform/agenda to compel my participation.
To the extent that this strike is about AI, I'm not sure that it is relevant to H:SE. I predict that for the vast majority of the cases, I can moderate content based on the quality of the content, the presence of preliminary research, the presence/absence of citations, etc. Whether or not the content is written by AI isn't likely to be the determining factor. Although SE didn't present evidence (Had their post been in this community, it would have fallen short of the "preliminary research test"), I am sufficiently skeptical of AI and concerned about the implications for diversity that arise from suppressing AI.
To the extent that this strike is about SE corporate culture, I'm not convinced that a strike is the right approach. I agree that SE is failing to build the kind of trust that supports the community they claim to want. Their language can be absolutist/autocratic/insensitive. On the other hand, I strongly suspect that they're working under legal/regulatory/governance constraints that I don't fully understand, and I'm reluctant to hold them accountable without understanding those constraints.
I'm not optimistic about the future of SE. At a minimum, SE is going to transform as it matures - all institutions grow from gardens of hope to edifices of routine. The effort to generate value and sustain investment requires culling opportunities. Creating an institution requires transforming tribal joy into routine procedure, but also inevitable captures and preserves all the errors made. Tomorrow's SE will be different from today's, less in some ways, more in others.
But like T.E.D. the joy I derive is from supporting this site, these people, this topic. I'm not responsible for the bigger picture. SE is aware that they've failed to capture my trust and loyalty.
So I'm not striking, but I'm not opposing a strike. I'm moderating H:SE.