In my opinion, the debate/fight/whatever which has opposed various fans of one thing against fans of other things has been done before and too many times. Whether it's Winrar vs 7zip, Star Wars vs Star Trek, Console vs PC, Firefox vs Chrome, Remake vs Original, etc, they're all the same debate and they're not constructive in any bit. All of those really boil down to personal preferences and circumstances; those cannot be the subject of a rational exchange of ideas. In that kind of topic, you will never convince your interlocutor, but you may try to persuade him, although perhaps in great vain as your opponent probably doesn't share your tastes nor your senses, but if he does, he doesn't share a great amount with you. Therefore, such a discussion always amount to pointless, although amusing, shows of fallacy-vomiting and more or less orthodox insults. I even recall that someone once said, to justify that Star Wars is better than Star Trek, "Star Trek is communist propaganda". Of course that example is circumstantial, but considering that there is an abysmally large quantity of similar occurrences in time and that those are in every space and place, we can form a strong induction that it's always or most always as such that the example given above is typical.
This is not in reaction to anything that may have happened on the forum, I am merely inviting people to discuss of this issue which plagues both the virtual and real life.
...the odds of such an event happening are within the realm of possibilities of this universe. ~ What my brother says when questioned about the validity of a claim