I tend to like what I like.
If it's spectacular I like it. Doesn't have to be flashy, just spectacular. I like Roberts (roteague) work as well a some other APUGers.
I used to shoot a fair amount of color landscape stuff but found that it stayed in drawers. Now I only shoot B&W and I print and display it.
I do think that most landscape work would benefit greatly from having people or a human "element" as part of the image.
Unfortunately, most landscape photographers, aren't people photographers so you rarely see it.