I was criticizing POP on it's own merits, not suggesting they keep making albums that sound like their safer but more popular release. I like when they experiment; my two favorites are probably ACHTUNG and Zooropa. If you're suggesting that you would rather hear a flawed but sonically daring work over a good, solid, but conventional and radio friendly album, then I actually would agree. Better to swing for the fences than bunt. I guess no one thought my Kellogg's reference was that clever. You're probably right.