Same place they were at before, IMO.
My hope was for Bangladesh to prove their strength away from home and we got some pretty docile tracks but the boys weren't up to the mark. The bowlers in particular were non-existant. We could have played 11 specialist batsmen and we would have probably gotten more wickets for fewer runs.
That being said, its my feeling that there are serious conflicts within the setup that boiled over during this tour. The only way to describe some of the things that have happened is "bizarre" and "inexplicable". For example Mushfiq was quoted as saying "I don't have any control over my team...its my personal failure" and "I was asked to field in the deep because I'm a bad fielder" which was then contradicted by the BCB President. His decision to bowl first seemed intentional especially when he did it for the second Test knowing it was a flat wicket. The you have Shakib who mysteriously and conincidentally asked to be rested for this series.
My theory is the senior players have beef with the coach and/or the selection panel. Both have made really bad decisions for a while now and have been getting away with because Bangladesh has done decently well at home.
It will be interesting to see what happens in the coming months.