Honestly? Yes. Yes I would. And I HATE Lucky Star.
Allow me to explain: Lucky Star derives its humor from amusing character conversations. The reason I dislike it is because it is NOTHING but this, and gets annoying after a while. Bleach did it right at first, with amusing conversations--like you'd see in Lucky Star--mixed in with an actual plot.
And yes, Bleach would have sucked if it went 350something chapters of just "monster of the week." But there is one very simple solution to this: introduce villains, but have THEM come to KARAKURA TOWN. That way you get to keep the same setting and characters that gave it its charm, while still introducing new ones and getting a plot going. This lets plots like Karin and Grand Fisher get actual resolutions (GF was an obvious example of Kubo totally forgetting what the hell he was doing).
The Arrancar arc had the right idea, but got bogged down in all the Soul Society characters and lengthy fights, and then just went straight to Mexican Hell without any character development beyond Tatsuki confronting Ichigo (which, of course, led nowhere). If we had just had FEWER new characters, and had them come to Karakura Town instead of the other way around, Bleach would still be enjoyable to read. Maybe if Kubo had learned how to keep a setting, he wouldn't have forgotten what made his main characters cool in the first place.