I like the idea of this thread a lot, and I'm a geek too Omega. Honestly though, everyone reading this probably spends at least 2-4 hours a day (conservative estimate) in an imaginary world fighting imaginary beasts, so there shouldn't be any room for harsh geek judgment.
I started reading X-Men (and the other various incarnations of the title) when I was in fourth grade. Now, 14 years later I still read a lot of the X-Titles, as well as books written by Grant Morrison, Kabuki, and a few others. I used to have a job writing reviews for a Major comic book retailer, and even got lucky enough to have Marvel publish some of them on thier website (at the time that Grant Morrison and Frank Quietly took over New X-Men and revamped that whole idustry, to sadly have it fall back to the same out-dated themes...)
Hell, on a good day, I can even get my wife to read them. She loves the art in Kabuki, and doesn't even complain about the fact that I have comic book statues cluttering up our office.
At the moment, I read several of the X-Men titles, I'm giving Secret Invasion a chance. I'm dropping Ultimate X-Men, and picking up Young X-Men because it has the New Mutants in it. I have a soft spot for Cannonball and Husk because they grew up in the same Coal Minning Area in Kentucky that I did :-)