Dresden was excellently done and won, with Napoleon being heavily outnumbered. Ligny, also fighting outnumbered, was one of his best victories. And even though Lutzen and Bautzen were limited or 'ordinary' victories (although Bautzen as planned was quite different but thanks to Ney and Jomini the envelopment was botched). And it should be noted that the allies were losing in 1813 until the Austrians came in.
The comment on logistics is incorrect and merely shows that not enough study has been done on the subject.
Regarding 1813, Napoleon's choice of independent commanders was poor, not the planning of the campaign. Ignoring the advice to pull half of the veterans out of Spain in early 1813 was a huge mistake.