That's the point. You don't have to LIKE it or DISLIKE it. Because when you start doing that you're being subjective and biased.
The stats are based on hard facts on ground. The facts, i.e. the data extracted from the scorecards, themselves are objective and undeniable. Now, the methodology used by PWC to interpret these data is not 100% foolproof, but it has been seen to work well over quite a number of years. I think it's as close as we can get to objectively measure different batsmen. If you have a better methodology, feel free to write about it.
[Edited on 1-10-2003 by Arnab]