I know that the Morninglord has gotten a lot of flak from people. Frankly, I can't see why. Seriously, detach from your desire for +wis, and give the tree a real look. This tree seems designed to sell LR+1 hearts. Why? Let's go over a few gems that are good for any class at all.
First, we have the no-sp, 2 times per rest Aumanator version of Unyielding Sov. Unless you're a PM that refuses to turn off your shroud, this is well worth the AP, pretty much no matter what class you are, and it's very low-hanging fruit.
Next, we have no-sp, 3-times per rest buff-click that pops off Mass Aid, Mass Death Ward, and Mass Spell Resistance. There is no class that wouldn't benefit from this in some way, and once you have your super-heal click, you've already spent the needed points to get this. Worth it, I'd say.
After that, we have Arcanum. Not as universally useful (at least in Heroic levels), but any caster can make excellent use of more SP. In Epic, it can free up a gear/aug slot to power your SP twists, or let you make some use of a casty-destiny as a non-caster. Still pretty spiffy. And as a DC-caster that doesn't focus on nuclear reflex saves, the extra spell pen from Arcanum is awesome.
In the third tier, 'awesome' pickings are a bit slimmer, but you still have Nothing is Hidden for Rogue/Arti lives (not everyone has all the traps memorized, and few people want to slow down for a search check these days, so it's pretty good), and the +2-6 boost to saves vs Enchantments that can help you resist disco fever. This is also where AA sits, if you want it.
In the fourth tier, however, is where my absolute favorite of all the morninglord abilities resides. Always-on, unstoppable Light Shield ability that nails them every time they swing, even if they don't connect. On a monk, this can be pretty ludicrous, or on a displaced wizard. And it really does help get rid of those stupid phasing shadows. Don't have to waste time on them anymore, they'll kill themselves eventually while you concern yourself with things that don't make you want to make out with a cheese grater instead.
If you like Mauls, or maces, the morninglord weapon training line gives you some extra damage, and culminates in that nice doublestrike/ignore-dodge bonus. Not a bad topper there if you're gonna use the weapon anyway.
Overall, it's a pretty nice tree, and one of the most universally useful I've ever seen. Of course, it has extra goodies if you're actually a cleric or paladin, but the stuff I covered here is fairly nice no matter what class you've turned the little sun elf into.