I knew I'd get yelled at for this. I suppose it's because listening to music is such a subjective experience. I don't hate all of Kid A. I think "Everything's in its Right Place" is a great song. But when I listen to a song like "Treefingers" I have to laugh that somebody probably considers it the most deep, meaningful, life altering song ever. I just think that Radiohead got to the point where they could have released a song of Thom Yorke clearing his throat and it would have been hailed as genius. I could go so far as to say that they weren't innovative as much as they were combining things The Velvet Underground and Pink Floyd had already done with the techno sound that was big at the time, but I think I'd be pelted with tomatoes. Maybe I sound immature/ignorant, but who knows, maybe you'll change your mind in a few years too.