I have been playing D&D for 15 years, and I love everything about the game. I have always been a “Storyteller” personality, so I really enjoy being the DM, and even more when the players in my campaigns can appreciate the story as much as I do.
I have a special disdain for 4th edition, because I think that Wizards has taken an entire history of players and turned us into a niche group so that they can cater to the short sighted, bad sport, impulsive new wave of players looking at the game. I don’t find it fun at all, and my experience tells me that people who prefer 4th edition will not like playing in my campaigns.
The game stories I write are designed to cater to each specific character class at least once (i.e. the conflict in the story is much more easily resolved if there is a _____ class in the party) so that everyone will have a chance to get their moment in the spotlight, and so that creative thinking becomes necessary in situations where an important character class is absent.
Over all, I like to believe that my campaigns are well rounded, and well told … I guess it’s up to you whether or not they are well played …