I suspect you've probably noticed my lack of enthusiasm for inelegant, poorly crafted haiku and have interpreted that to mean that I don't appreciate Haiku . . . quite the contrary.
When well-crafted - it is a most elegant and expressive art form. I believe it is that very elegance and craft that I most appreciate (and so often find lacking in what is too often passed off as haiku).
After all, most anyone can count syllables and if they cannot, there are websites that will do that for them. But as most everyone knows, there is a universe of depth in Haiku that goes beyond simple counting.
Anyways . . . good luck in achieving your goal of being number one poster here. As Red Green says, "Remember, I'm pulling for you. We're all in this together."