Yes, Internet, I have heard of a book called Final Crisis.
Yes, Internet, I have read the resulting furor about it and how it's sifted out into those who think it's brilliant vs. those who think it's incoherent rubbish.
No, Internet, I bloody well haven't read it. I have heard it would be best to wait until it's all in one nice, neat collected edition before I try to comprehend what's there, be it genius or insanity.
As such Internet, I do not have an opinion on the relative merits of Final Crisis, Grant Morrison, or saving the DC universe with the power of karaoke.
It is one of the great fallacies of comics fans on the Internet that everyone who comments on things falls into a nice, neat, Manichean choice, and we must all line up accordingly, just like at the DMV.
For instance, the assumption is either "you wholeheartedly think everything going on in comics is awesome or you're an old fuddy-duddy who longs for a Silver Age that never actually existed (Or, put simply, "Alex Ross") and your opinion is worthless.
Those of us who might want to take a little more time to make up their minds, or have no opinion, or are just waiting for it all to be over and done with, already, are, it is assumed, expected to wait out in the hall.