I meant that more as a rhetorical question, but let's dig in a bit.
There's Sci Fi Pictures, which seems to be a huge pile of dreck... but you can find the occasional little nugget of goodness in there, like Dog Soldiers and Battle:Los Angeles... but then you dig deeper and realize that Dog Soldiers was simply released in the US under the Syfy banner (it was not associated with them in production), and that it's not the Aaron Eckhard 2011 film, it's actually "Battle of Los Angeles", a straight-to-disk film. The rest seems to be "Dinoshark" and its ilk.
It seems to do better with series... maybe. It airs all sorts of stuff that wouldn't get a shake on network TV... or maybe I should have said "wouldn't have gotten" given that network stuff seems to be second-tier nowadays. So stuff like BSG, Doctor Who, Alphas, Dresden Files, MST3K, Sliders, and Stargate variants end up getting shown on there. And that's great -- Syfy ponies up the money to the production companies (NBC Universal for BSG, MGM for Stargate, etc.) so they should get some of the credit for those shows even if they are not really responsible for their creation.
BUT, Syfy has a production company that creates series shows for the network, and their history is a little more spotty. Most of it is reality fare, but it does sport Eureka, which I think was supposed to be decent. And reading the (sparse) Variety article, it seems like the production is being done outside of Syfy, so maybe that's good.
As an aside, Abraham has a bunch of aliases: Abraham, Corey, Hanover. Another series of his is The Dagger & The Coin, set in a fairly cool fantasy world.