As others have said . . . it's what you put into it. I'm not a big fan of micros hidden just to hide a cache . . . and in general I'm not a big fan of micros hidden in middle of the woods (with some exceptions) when a larger cache container capable of holding TBs, swag, etc. would work just as well . . . and I do grow tired of a day filled with micro after micro after micro.
However. . . .
a) I am just me . . . I do not represent every cacher. Some folks love micros and the great thing about caching is that there is something for everybody.
b) I believe micros definitely have a place . . . most notably in urban settings where a bulky ammo can might be a bit too noticable. Micros placed in places (even guard rails) with historical or scenic value are also always appreciated.
c) While I am not a big fan of the "micro in middle of the woods" . . . I have found a few which were in fact great hides due to a twist (Creepy Crawlers!!!) , super hide, etc. . . and in fact I have a "micro in the woods" of my own since I wanted folks to see a view and then find my cache in a location which is most definitely not scenic, but in a location that worked well for the hide.
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