I've gotten used to it by now; the favored KC eras are the Lake & Wetton ones. Not that I don't like those (just like everyone else), but all versions have some strong points; e.g., the live releases with Boz all prove that band exceeded what we heard on the Islands album.
I also highly value Lizard (there's really nothing else quite like it), and that second side of Three of a Perfect Pair was pretty regular listening for a while.
The 2000 and 2003 albums didn't delight me as much, but I did like hearing that material live. KC was always a live band first. For a while I was listening only to 1995 shows, having bought a month's worth (May) from DGM Live.
My favorite KC might be what I least enjoyed on initial exposure: the four ProjeKcts. I was part of a tape-trading group, where I was given two P2 shows nobody else wanted. When DG Live made them available, I bought every one. I don't see how anyone could get tired of "The Deception of the Thrush".
But then it's back to the Wetton lineup: those late 1972 shows (pre-LTIA) are just crazy-amazing, and the early 1973 shows were essentially just the LTIA album plus 21stSCM as encore. I never did care much for Bible Black as an album, but hearing that stuff live -- the Amsterdam show, for example, which went into it -- well, it's hard to believe that musicians like that once roamed the earth.
The 21st-century version I haven't seen -- partly because the ticket-selling business has become so corrupt (resellers buy all the seats and hike the prices, making it cost too much for any but the worst seats). And also because A Scarcity of Miracles doesn't much interest me, capturing the drony sameness that made David Sylvian so monotonous: all slow tempos, moods of resignation and harmonies in fifths ... well, it hasn't held my interest yet. On the plus side, we get the return of Mel Collins. Maybe I just need to leave it on repeat while doing carpentry.
All time favorite album probably remains Larks Tongues. It just has everything, and frankly I have not heard a live performance of Talking Drum > LTIA2 that sounded quite as good: perfectly recorded / mixed / performed, with those screeching violins bridging us from the horror of one to the sublime epiphany of the other. KC in a nutshell.
Roland: System 8, D-50, JP-8080, JV-1080 TB-3, TR-8, Juno-D. Yamaha: MX61, DX7ii/TX7, AN200, Reface CS. Korg Odyssey, CX-3, MS-20. Sledge, Ion, Minibrute, Boog.